References

 
 
 
 
 
 

References

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BISHOP, C. (2005) Installation Art: A Critical History. London. Tate Publishing

 

BÖHME, G. (2009) “The Phenomenology of Light”. In SINNREICH, U. (Ed.) (2009) Geometrie des Lichts (Geometry of Light). Ostfildern. Hatje Cantz

BORYS, A.M. (2004) Lume di Lume: A Theory of Light and Its Effects. Journal of Architectural Education (1984-), Vol.57, No. 4 (May 2004), pp.3-9. Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture

 

CUMMING, L. (2006) “Tubular Spells”. The Guardian. [online] Available at: https://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/2006/jan/22/art3

 

DE LIMA GREENE (2013) “As it is, Infinite: The Work of James Turrell”. In GOVAN, M. & KIM, C.Y. (Eds.) (2013) James Turrell: A Retrospective. London. Prestel Publishing

 

DE ROSA, A. (2009) “Journal of a Research Project: The Digital Reconstruction of James Turrell’s Roden Crater Project”. In SINNREICH, U. (Ed.) (2009) Geometrie des Lichts (Geometry of Light). Ostfildern. Hatje Cantz

 

EASTWOOD, D.E. (1968) Mediaeval Empiricism: The Case of Grosseteste's Optics. Speculum, Vol.43, No. 2 (Apr 1968), pp.306-321. The University of Chicago Press

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Image List

What is Light?

Figure 1 – BRITISH MUSEUM (2017) The Nimrud/The Layard Lens. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://www.britishmuseum.org/research/collection_online/collection_object_details/collection_image_gallery.aspx?partid=1&assetid=1366310001&objectid=369215

 

Figure 2 – WIKIPEDIA (1) (2007) Prism. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prism#/media/File:Light_dispersion_conceptual_waves.gif

 

Figure 3 – TIME MAGAZINE (2016) Albert Einstein. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://time.com/4228178/albert-einstein-birthday/

 

Figure 4 – ROUGH GUIDES (2018) Abu Simbel. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.roughguides.com/destinations/africa/egypt/things-miss/

 

Figure 5 – WIKIPEDIA (2) (2018) Al-Kindi. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Al-Kindi

 

Figure 6 – BBC (2014) Robert Grosseteste. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-lincolnshire-28390183

 

Figure 7 – NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY (2018) Sir Isaac Newton. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait/mw04660/Sir-Isaac-Newton

 

Figure 8 – WIKIPEDIA (3) (2016) Thomas Young Sketch of the Double-Slit Experiment Supporting Wave Theory. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Light#Wave_theory

 

Figure 9 – JAMES CLERK MAXWELL FOUNDATION (2018) James Clerk Maxwell. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://www.clerkmaxwellfoundation.org/

Light as Function

Figure 10 – MANCHESTER EVENING NEWS (2017) Stonehenge. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk/news/uk-news/summer-solstice-2017-uk-stonehenge-13213901

 

Figure 11 – IMPERIAL COLLEGE LONDON (2017) Candle Light. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://www3.imperial.ac.uk/newsandeventspggrp/imperialcollege/administration/chaplaincy/eventssummary/event_18-11-2016-12-0-58

 

Figure 12 – EDISON MUCKERS (2017) Edison Light Bulb. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://www.edisonmuckers.org/thomas-edison-lightbulb/

 

Figure 13 – WIKIPEDIA (4) (2009) Neon Sign, Auburn, California (1937). [Online Image]. Available from:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neon_sign#/media/File:StateTheaterAuburnCA.jpg

 

Figure 14 – MOMA (2018) Bruce Nauman ‘Human/Need/Desire’ (1983). [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.moma.org/collection/works/81175

 

Figure 15 – TRACEY EMIN (2018) Tracey Emin ‘I Fell in Love Here’ (2014). [Online Image]. Available from:

http://www.traceyeminstudio.com/artworks/2014/02/i-fell-in-love-here-2014/

 

Figure 16 – DISCOUNT ELECTRICAL (2018) Fluorescent Light Fitting. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://www.discount-electrical.co.uk/product.php/387627216/thorn-lighting-pp158z-popular-white-single-high-frequency-fluorescent-batten-with-lamp-ip20-1-x-58w-1500mm---5ft

 

Figure 17 – WALMART (2018) Fluorescent Bulb. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sylvania-F30T8-30w-36in-Warm-White-Designer-T8-Fluorescent-Light-Bulb/46091514

 

Figure 18 – SAATCHI GALLERY (2018) Dan Flavin ‘Diagonal of May 25, 1963’ (1963). [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.saatchigallery.com/aipe/dan_flavin.htm

 

Figure 19 – GUGGENHEIM (2018) Dan Flavin ‘untitled (to Henri Matisse)’ (1964). [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.guggenheim.org/artwork/1298

 

Figure 20 – MUSEUM OF CONTEMPORARY ART LOS ANGELES (2018) Dan Flavin ‘monument (for V. Tatlin)’ (1969). [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.moca.org/collection/work/monument-for-v-tatlin

 

Figure 21 – DIA ART FOUNDATION (2018) Dan Flavin ‘untitled (to Jan and Ron Greenberg)’ (1972-3)’. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.diaart.org/collection/collection/flavin-dan-untitled-to-jan-and-ron-greenberg-197273-1982-053

Light as Phenomenon

Figure 22 – NEWGRANGE (2018) Newgrange. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://www.newgrange.com/

 

Figure 23 – WIKIPEDIA (5) (2008) Temple at Karnak, Egypt. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karnak

 

Figure 24 – WIKIPEDIA (6) (2018) The Pantheon, Rome. [Online Image]. Available from:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pantheon,_Rome

 

Figure 25 – JAMES TURRELL (1) (2018) James Turrell ‘Carn White’ (1967). [Online Image]. Available from:

http://jamesturrell.com/work/carn-white/

 

Figure 26 – JAMES TURRELL (2) (2018) James Turrell ‘Raemar Pink White’ (1969). [Online Image]. Available from:

http://jamesturrell.com/work/raemar-pink-white/

 

Figure 27 – JAMES TURRELL (3) (2018) James Turrell ‘The Light Inside’ (1999). [Online Image]. Available from:

http://jamesturrell.com/work/thelightinside/

 

Figure 28 – JAMES TURRELL (4) (2018) James Turrell ‘Craiganour Skyspace’ (2003). [Online Image]. Available from:

http://jamesturrell.com/work/craiganourskyspace/

Figure 29 – JAMES TURRELL (5) (2018) James Turrell ‘Blue Planet Sky’ (2004). [Online Image]. Available from:

http://jamesturrell.com/work/blueplanetsky/

 

Figure 30 – JAMES TURRELL (6) (2018) James Turrell ‘Revised Outlook’ (2005). [Online Image]. Available from:

http://jamesturrell.com/work/revisedoutlook/

 

Figure 31 – JAMES TURRELL (7) (2018) James Turrell ‘Roden Crater: Alpha (East) Tunnel’. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://rodencrater.com/spaces/alpha-east-tunnel/

 

Figure 32 – JAMES TURRELL (8) (2018) James Turrell ‘Roden Crater: East Portal’. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://rodencrater.com/spaces/east-portal/

 

Figure 33 – JAMES TURRELL (9) (2018) James Turrell ‘Roden Crater: Sun Moon Chamber’. [Online Image]. Available from:

http://rodencrater.com/spaces/sun-moon-chamber/