During a residency at BMoCA in Boulder, Colorado 2015, Berndnaut teamed up with scientist Steve Tomczyk from NCAR to build a prototype prism that would allow him to break light at a large scale in order to impose a natural appearance onto its surrounding as a temporary hack in the landscape.
At Teresa’s 2015
The photograph illustrates the first test on a barn from a distance of 130 meters on May 30 in Boulder, Colorado
May 26th at Red Bull Station, Praça da Bandeira, Downtown, Saõ Paulo
In collaboration with Mesa & Cadeira a natural phenomenon was created onto the urban surrounding of Saõ Paulo. more: presente
Spectrum MU 2016
MU artspace, Eindhoven.
Rainbow onto the Klokgebouw for the exhibition Weather or Not
Lighthouse series – Breaking Light
Every lighthouse has its own unique lighting rhythm for nautical navigation and belongs to its specific location. Through refracting the light of the lighthouse using a prism, a color spectrum is imposed onto the landscape highlighting the close surrounding of the lighthouse every time the light passes.
Breaking Light – Scheveningen
September 23rd, 2015, Scheveningen Lighthouse.
Characteristic: Fl(2) W 10s
Curated by Satellietgroep, The Hague, with permission from Rijkswaterstaat during Todays Art
Breaking Light – Cape Leeuwin
December 14th, 2016, Cape Leeuwin Lighthouse, Western Australia.
Characteristic: Fl W 7.5s.
Curated by Andrew Nicholls, FORM and with the kind permission of Australian Maritime Safety Authority