Archive for the 'Art' Category
A hand-soldered LED chandelier hangs in a client’s newly-renovated home. Jason Krugman Studio hand-makes LED mesh and uses it to produce bespoke light sculptures. More information on the artist’s website: http://www.jasonkrugman.com/austin/
LED Light Sculpture. I recently refined the design for this sculpture and exhibited at Cornell University. A link to the project’s webpage is here.
A new discipline of lighting as defined by Bastien Carre. Lumigraphie is the process of creating illuminated electrical structures. Bastien and I contacted each other over the internet because of our mutual exploration into this medium. He has been working on a web location for examples and resources related to this discipline. The new site is here. Bastien’s Website is linked here.
Jason Krugman Studio is installing a series of LED mesh cubes for Wired Magazine’s Popup store in Times Square. Firefly, our wind-sensitive LED display will also be on view. The store is located at 42nd and Broadway and will be open from November 18th to December 24th. Hope you can stop by and check it out.
More photos are on my facebook page here
Point/counter-point as it relates to the production of public art, and the constant balance of appeasing everyone involved.
This group of environmentally conscious citizens is really pissed off at christo’s plan to put fabric over the arkansas river… i can identify with both sides of the debate
This holiday season, the several of Jason Krugman Studio’s “Freddy” sculptures will grace the shipping containers of Deklab Market. The work was originally installed for the Brooklyn Night Bazaar hosted by Dekalb Market and sponsored by Aaron Broudo.