The Trafficking of Light (June - July 2009)
The Trafficking of Light show continues the 2008 project promoted together with the Romanian Cultural Institute in Madrid.
The installation contains a light Light charge stocked in metal barrels.
The light Light is produced in a succession of stages:
1. Deconstruction of the daylight to the spectral colors, with a similar effect to the one of the dispersive prism.
2. Isolation of the interval (depending on it's utility) by excluding the inappropriate / useless constituents of light (the adjustment phenomenon)
3. Canning the spectrum intervals in metal containers
Because of the lightness of the Light it's necessary to nail to the ground the containers in order to prevent their uncontrolled ascension and leak of light.
N.B.: The lightness property is:
a. Inversely proportional with the luminosity degree, so the (hypothetical) absolute light corresponds to the absolute dark.
b. Inversely proportional with the mass of the content.