‘Dichroic Blossom’ by Jason Bruges

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“We explored many artistic interpretations and eventually developed a mixed media digital artwork that is our interpretation of the Chinese Plum Blossom. The plum blossom, known as the Meihua (梅花), is one of the most beloved flowers in China and has been frequently depicted in Chinese art and poetry for centuries.

The artwork is reminiscent of a frieze or floral painting, branching up the wall from solo or multiple interactions at its base. Clusters of periscope LED light engines refract and reflect creating an amplifying effect via a network of dichroic wall sculptures. The colour spectrum of the dichroic effectors is based on a green and magenta, being especially developed with reference to plum blossom. The light folds ascending across the wall, branching out as it makes progress skyward.” – excerpt from Jason Bruges’s website.

[Media from Jason Bruges’s website]

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