2002 Finalist

Aaron Lance RobinsonSt Peters, South Australia, Australia



'23/03'


Neon tubing and fabrication
30 H x 30 W x 3 D cm


A connection between the individual, the environment and the wider community is articulated by the wearable light. By wearing the piece during the daylight hours, the solar panel is able to produce enough energy to sustain the light throughout the night. In the process of charging the light, a co-dependent relationship is formed between wearer and object, transforming the wearer into a cyborg - part human, part machine. By night the interaction becomes more communal, as the beacon emits a halo of light, illuminating both its surrounds and accentuating aspects of its wearer.


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Aaron Lance Robinson
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