I was drawn to Miguel Chevalier’s installation ‘Complex Meshes’ at this year’s Lumiere, and saw the potential for some abstract, unusual photographs. I was entranced by the ever changing, shimmering coloured lines, meshes and dots that played out over the cathedral’s ribbed vault. I particularly liked the way in which the lights, with an almost futuristic feel to them, contrasted with the ancient vaulting on the cathedral roof. As well as giving the viewer some idea of where the photos were taken, the ribbed vaulting also helped to guide and shape the flow of the light beams.
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