Paul Cocksedge’s ’White Light’ illuminates Friedman Benda gallery in New York

Paul Cocksedge’s ’White Light’ illuminates Friedman Benda gallery in New York

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.

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