Lluvia Luminosa, 2007
Dichrioc Glass and Stainless Steel
This work was created from 2,257 individual pieces of glass threaded onto and suspended by stainless steel cables at precise intervals to create a three-dimensional pattern. The sunlight from the eastern window strikes the glass elements, which contain a dichroic laminate film. The film is designed to split light wavelengths into a spectrum of colors. These colors change from a deep violet blue to cyan and may reflect a brilliant gold hue based on the time of day and the viewer’s position in relation to the work.