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5 minutes with Light Artist Patrice Warrener

Tuesday 13 February 2018
(Above: Patrice Warrener's 2018 e-Luminate installation, photo credit Jordan Harris Photography)
 
How long have you been working within the lighting industry and creating your amazing light installations?
30 years ago I started the Chromlithe illuminations system ( about 100 illuminations )

 

What inspired you to create this specific installation?
The beauty and the details of the building.

 

Do you have a favourite city or place to create a light installation?
No, everywhere, in every city, they are something very interesting for lighting installation.

 

What does the average day for a light artist entail?
Conditioned by of the building size, details, etc between  one week and several months!

 

If you could give one piece of advice to anyone looking to become a light artist what would it be?
Work!

 

What are you hoping the people feel when they see your installation for the e-Luminate Festival?
Contemplation with happiness!
 
Make sure you catch this evening's illuminations as today is the last day! Find out more about all of the 2018 installations HERE