The Light Show brings together sculptures and installations to explore the phenomenal nature of light. With individual pieces of art works that experiment with various aspects of light such as colour, duration, shadows, natural and artificial illumination and projection. The also portray the use of light to address architecture, science and politics. The exhibition consists of a variation of work from the 60’s onwards, these are works that have not been seen for decades. The show consists of works by more than 20 artists including:
David Batchelor, Carlos Cruz-Diez, Olafur Eliasson, Dan Flavin, Ceal Floyer, Jenny Holzer, Ann Veronica Janssens, Anthony McCall, François Morellet, Iván Navarro, Katie Paterson and Conrad Shawcross.
Entry to the exhibit is from £11.00, I know it’s more money to go to see an exhibit, but it could be a good idea to actually visit a pay on entry exhibition just once to look at different types of work and how they exhibit it. From London, Euston it takes around 15 minuites to get to this exhibition by using the tube system. However this exhibit is on from the 30th January so we would have to visit on or after this date if we wanted to go.