Light box
1998 - 2013

Light box is the fruit of a conceptual work in a flexible, translucent and gelatinous material and has been designed as a separating wall of spaces in an ephemeral pavilion.

They are objects that project light from layers of hydrogenated syrup, also known as Lycatin, and they are on a transparent methacrylate support. From 1999 until today, the usefulness of Lycatin material has been developed to be applied in transparent boxes to give rise to Lightbox, unique decorative pieces created to be hung on the wall or placed on horizontal surfaces.

Each layer of hydrogenated syrup acts as a filter so that each box has a different hue depending on the amount of light it receives along the day. Each piece is unique in textures, colors and aromas.

Photography & Video
Pablo Gómez-Ogando Rodríguez

C/ Ilustracion 4, 1ºB
28008 – Madrid

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