A pioneer in digital leds, Philippe Gourdon began by developing new lighting scenarios for concept cars, with the automobile brands Bmw, Citroën, Hyundai, Peugeot, Renault and Toyota, in order to define new uses for light applied to constrained spaces.
For ''LED in MOTION'', his work is solely based on a line of digital LEDs, animated by a specific computer program to mix light and matter.
The result of these multiple light effects, explores the addictive possibilities of animated light and suggests visions between the delirium of the scrolling advertisements in Time Square, the colourful explosion of the Shibuya district, and the soothing power of light therapy.
His latest work is based on the superimposition of fine lines of light that are composed in a choreography of animated shades, with hypnotic effects. The animations are driven by numerical algorithms that transform light into coloured geometric particles that blur the boundaries between the real and the imaginary.
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