LightForm | Enlightening art
LightForm creates uniquely designed and tailor-made art work inspired by light. By experimenting with new ways to combine materials and light techniques we keep innovating and renewing light as an art form. 'Infinite Support' is a light object created as part of the walking route for the Amsterdam Light Festival 2016. The object translates the meaning of Friendship (theme ALF 2016) in the unconditional and infinite support between lovers, family and friends. As part of the 2015 award ceremony LightForm created a custom-made projection mapping show inside the royal palace of Brussels. During the ceremony subtle animations, messages and references from the winning author were mapped on the walls of the royal palace.
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WHAT WE DO

LightForm creates uniquely designed and tailor-made art work inspired by light. By experimenting with new ways to combine materials and light techniques we keep innovating and renewing light as an art form.

The possibilities of combining technology and light are infinite, therefore our portfolio is continuously expanding.


RECENT WORK

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Amsterdam Light Festival 2016 – Infinite Support

‘Infinite Support’ is a light object created as part of the walking route for the Amsterdam Light Festival 2016. The object translates the meaning of Friendship (theme ALF 2016) in the unconditional and infinite support between lovers, family and friends.

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‘Prijs der Nederlandse Letteren’ 2015 – Royal palace of Brussels

As part of the 2015 award ceremony LightForm created a custom-made projection mapping show inside the royal palace of Brussels. During the ceremony subtle animations, messages and references from the winning author were mapped on the walls of the royal palace.