DAVID LINDBERG

Residual Time Energy Blowout, 2015

 

Chandelier

Epoxy resin, fiberglass, pigment, led

 

90 x 130 x 250 cm

 

Unique piece with signed certification

Camp Commission, 2015

Italy 

 

Photo credit: Giulio Boem

 

As the very end of something, there's an explosion. The chandelier is the experience of the residual time of the entire artistic process and it includes, as a bright nucleus, its own force. It has been relized site specific by the artist in the gallery with the inspiration of the surrounding atmosphere.

 

“The last half year I have been traveling and thinking about how to combine some of my sculpture and painting ideas into new works for Camp Design Gallery.  The show has been planned for mid-Fall, which is the time of year I need extra light for the months ahead.  So I decided to concentrate in these lights I've focused on what's extra in my artwork; and on how atmospheric lighting is extra.  Most of the electrical work was done in Mantyluoto Finland during the summer, and has been brought down to the gallery to assemble and finish here in Milan”, says the artist.

 

The research of David, with the assistance of Espen Strandhagen and Hans Hubach, has been finalized with a serie of lamps, composed of many small LED bulbs, customized with layers of transparent resin.  In each work there is a different network of brass framing; coated with resin to insulate it and give another color.  The networks' system is the electrical conductor, structure, and the compositional element at the same time.