Brandon Lattu: Reciprocity of Light

  • Exhibition
Glassell Park

The MAK Center presented this off-site installation by Brandon Lattu in his studio in Glassell Park. In this phenomenological, interactive artwork, the viewer’s shadow and movements activated light-sensitive cells to produce ever-changing patterns of light on the walls and ceilings of a room.┬áReciprocity of Light revitalized the basic aspect of photography: a surface sensitized to the interruption of light. In this piece, the artist sensitized an entire room to demonstrate the increasingly conjoined ideas of image, architecture and the body of the viewer. Here, the projection of the viewer’s body became an image as well as a sculptural component of the piece.