Light interacting with our retina binds us to the outside world. Without light the perceivable world would be immensely different, or rather non existent. The spectrum of visible light brings with it the shadows, shapes, and colors, telling the story of all things around us, but how much of that story is being left out?
This is a visual representation of what a landscape may look like if our visible light spectrum was broadened
Made with clear plexiglass, and blue acetate. The projection is used with three LED lights, a white, blue, and red.