British designer Paul Cocksedge's dynamic new collection of work is currently on show at New York's Friedman Benda gallery. In addition to the mind-boggling trio of curling steel tables we exclusively showcased on this month's cover, Cocksedge created the conceptual installation 'White Light', in which the light in an all-white room remains constant despite the rainbow-coloured ceiling lights fading in and out from above. The ingenious experiment, seen in this little animation, articulates a relationship with colour and light that we might not always be aware of. And, given Cocksedge's penchant for public light installations, we could very well be seeing this on a larger scale soon.
Paul Cocksedge's 'White Light' illuminates Friedman Benda gallery in New York