Empty rooms transformed into dancing displays of light. Stop and stare for a minute and feel a sense of calm washing over you.
Julio Le Parc’s use of light and reflections to create wall sized interactive pieces of art is something everyone can enjoy viewing no matter what age you are.
The Argentines first UK solo retrospective is both simple and clever in equal measure.
Le Parc’s skill is two fold. Firstly, the arrangement of materials to create these pieces of work that play on infinity. The second being the play of light itself as the outcome, art in two dimensions.
The exhibition is on display until 15th February at Serpentine Sackler Gallery.
Time. Conflict. Photography review, Tate Modern