GLARING


In 2013 United Press International in an article
published a statement, that ‘‘a building under
construction downtown in London is reflecting a
beam of light so hot its melting cars, frying eggs
and burning carpets”, following up with a photo
of people surrounding a cooking pan with just
made eggs on the pathway between high office
buildings.
I find myself standing and glaring into a dazzling
light with a camcorder.


''(...) woman on radio asking about
light at Ground Zero, man recalling
buildings draped in red fabric
Thiebaud wanting to translate
threedimensional world to
twodimensional surface,
meaning light in the painting to
“gleam glow glint glimmer or glare.''

                                                              Stephen Ratcliff



2018
Lost & Found minor Design Academy Eindhoven
Tutor: Stefan Silvestri