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Brief Published: 9 Nov 2011

Dev Harlan: Projection Mapping


Californian artist Dev Harlan presents his latest projection-mapping artwork titled Paramenides I.

The work centres around a multi-sided shape onto which graphic moving visuals are projected from several angles, resulting in an endlessly morphing visual illusion. Pairing black and white blocks with colourful gradients, Harlan’s work demonstrates the ability of a light source to produce dramatic, temporary colour.

The piece draws inspiration from the Op Art movement of the 20th century. For examples of art related to this movement, read the Stylus profile of artist Bridget Riley.

Dev Harlan