The art piece, “Radiant Shadows,” by Frank Bueltge, is a mesmerizing display of neon lights and shadows. As you walk through the installation, you’re surrounded by towering pillars of light that cast intricate and ever-changing patterns on the walls. The shadows dance and move like living creatures, forming complex shapes that seem to have a life of their own. The colors shift from deep purples and blues to neon pinks and oranges, immersing you in a captivating sensory experience.
Connecting the art piece to scientific theory, Bueltge draws upon the concept of quantum entanglement. The shadows and lights of “Radiant Shadows” interact and influence each other in a way that mirrors the interconnectedness of particles on a quantum level. The installation serves as a visual representation of how even seemingly disparate pieces of our world are linked and how they can influence each other in profound ways.
“Radiant Shadows” is now on display at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Berlin. Bueltge’s previous installation, “Unveiled Visions,” is also available for viewing. It offers an immersive light and sound experience that is inspired by the concept of moving between different dimensions. Check it out here.