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Light Installation Creates Dizzying Dynamic Dimensions

Hc Gilje's 'In Transit X' takes viewers inside a man-made space of block-like frames and beams of light.

by Sophia Callahan
Nov 7 2014, 3:00pm

Two swift beams of light travel through a room creating infinite shadows on a series of floating white frames. This is In Transit X, a darkened, room-based installation that alludes to an endless void. 

The dizzying effects of In Transit X place the viewer into a monochromatic man-made space. The fifty-foot-wide animated light installation by artist Hc Gilje was originally made for the Wood Street Galleries in Pittsburgh in 2012, and recently went on display last month at Kulturkirken Jakob in Oslo. Using block-like frames and light as the mediums, Gilje creates dynamic visual dimensions that lend themselves to a mesmerizing noirish experience.

Check out Hc Gilje’s website for more from the artist.

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