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  1. 1. Science Light in Use of Art Jennifer KimTuesday, February 7, 2012
  2. 2. Table of Contents ✤ History of Light Art --------------------------------------------Slide 1/Slide 2 ✤ Advancement of Light Art ----------------Slide 3/Slide 4/Slide 5/Slide 6 ✤ Advantages of Light Art------------------------------------Slide 7/Slide 8 ✤ Disadvantages of Light Art----------------------------------Slide 9/ Slide 10 ✤ Light Art impact on Society-------------------------------------Slide 11 ✤ Light Art impact on Economy---------------------------------------Slide 12Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  3. 3. History of Light Art ✤ Light was studied by scientists and painted artists named, James Clerk Maxwell. ✤ He studied the wave-like properties of light and discovered that light is an electromagnetic wave. ✤ According to Monet’s “Haystacks and Rouen Cathedral Series” it showed similarity with Maxwell’s discovery. ✤ Seurat created a painting which also displayed light but in myriad dots of color. ✤ FOR EXAMPLE: metal’s electrons get ejected when the light frequency or the amplitude touched or varied smoothly. However, there were limits to electrons getting ejected, but a rise of light frequency brought change of color in violet of the spectrum. < This was called the “photo-electric effect.” ✤ Lastly, Einstein stated that the “photo-electric effect” is consisted of small particles or packets of energy. (called “photons” later on discovered by, Gilbert Lewis).Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  4. 4. History of Light Art ✤ Light was studied by scientists and painted artists named, James Clerk Maxwell. ✤ He studied the wave-like properties of light and discovered that light is an electromagnetic wave. ✤ According to Monet’s “Haystacks and Rouen Cathedral Series” it showed similarity with Maxwell’s discovery. ✤ Seurat created a painting which also displayed light but in myriad dots of color. ✤ FOR EXAMPLE: metal’s electrons get ejected when the light frequency or the amplitude touched or varied smoothly. However, there were limits to electrons getting ejected, but a rise of light frequency brought change of color in violet of the spectrum. < This was called the “photo-electric effect.” ✤ Lastly, Einstein stated that the “photo-electric effect” is consisted of small particles or packets of energy. (called “photons” later on discovered by, Gilbert Lewis).Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  5. 5. History of Light Art ✤ Light was studied by scientists and painted artists named, James Clerk Maxwell. ✤ He studied the wave-like properties of light and discovered that light is an electromagnetic wave. ✤ According to Monet’s “Haystacks and Rouen Cathedral Series” it showed similarity with Maxwell’s discovery. ✤ Seurat created a painting which also displayed light but in myriad dots of color. ✤ FOR EXAMPLE: metal’s electrons get ejected when the light frequency or the amplitude touched or varied smoothly. However, there were limits to electrons getting ejected, but a rise of light frequency brought change of color in violet of the spectrum. < This was called the “photo-electric effect.” ✤ Lastly, Einstein stated that the “photo-electric effect” is consisted of small particles or packets of energy. (called “photons” later on discovered by, Gilbert Lewis).Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  6. 6. History of Light Art ✤ Light was studied by scientists and painted artists named, James Clerk Maxwell. ✤ He studied the wave-like properties of light and discovered that light is an electromagnetic wave. ✤ According to Monet’s “Haystacks and Rouen Cathedral Series” it showed similarity with Maxwell’s discovery. ✤ Seurat created a painting which also displayed light but in myriad dots of color. ✤ FOR EXAMPLE: metal’s electrons get ejected when the light frequency or the amplitude touched or varied smoothly. However, there were limits to electrons getting ejected, but a rise of light frequency brought change of color in violet of the spectrum. < This was called the “photo-electric effect.” ✤ Lastly, Einstein stated that the “photo-electric effect” is consisted of small particles or packets of energy. (called “photons” later on discovered by, Gilbert Lewis).Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  7. 7. Advancements of Light Art ✤ 1. Considered by various colors and energies of spectrum, that matter and energy are the same thing with different forms. ✤ 2. In Ancient Rome, stained glass has been also a history of art in use of light. These windows were created from great cathedrals and it came from a German monk called Theophilus. ✤ 3. Shadow Puppetry, which was first began in China. ✤ 4. (Modern) Inventions of electrical artificial light to create sculptures and designs with light.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  8. 8. Advancements of Light Art ✤ 1. Considered by various colors and energies of spectrum, that matter and energy are the same thing with different forms. ✤ 2. In Ancient Rome, stained glass has been also a history of art in use of light. These windows were created from great cathedrals and it came from a German monk called Theophilus. ✤ 3. Shadow Puppetry, which was first began in China. ✤ 4. (Modern) Inventions of electrical artificial light to create sculptures and designs with light.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  9. 9. Advancements of Light Art ✤ 1. Considered by various colors and energies of spectrum, that matter and energy are the same thing with different forms. ✤ 2. In Ancient Rome, stained glass has been also a history of art in use of light. These windows were created from great cathedrals and it came from a German monk called Theophilus. ✤ 3. Shadow Puppetry, which was first began in China. ✤ 4. (Modern) Inventions of electrical artificial light to create sculptures and designs with light.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  10. 10. Advancements of Light Art ✤ 1. Considered by various colors and energies of spectrum, that matter and energy are the same thing with different forms. ✤ 2. In Ancient Rome, stained glass has been also a history of art in use of light. These windows were created from great cathedrals and it came from a German monk called Theophilus. ✤ 3. Shadow Puppetry, which was first began in China. ✤ 4. (Modern) Inventions of electrical artificial light to create sculptures and designs with light.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  11. 11. Advancements of Light Art ✤ 1. Considered by various colors and energies of spectrum, that matter and energy are the same thing with different forms. ✤ 2. In Ancient Rome, stained glass has been also a history of art in use of light. These windows were created from great cathedrals and it came from a German monk called Theophilus. ✤ 3. Shadow Puppetry, which was first began in China. ✤ 4. (Modern) Inventions of electrical artificial light to create sculptures and designs with light.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  12. 12. Light-Space Modulator ✤ This was created by László Moholy- Nagy to created light displays for theater, dance, or other performance spaces. With every feature of this invention, it created the effect of photograms in motion.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  13. 13. Light-Space Modulator ✤ This was created by László Moholy- Nagy to created light displays for theater, dance, or other performance spaces. With every feature of this invention, it created the effect of photograms in motion.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  14. 14. Advantages of Light Art ✤ Incandescent: Warm colors such as red, orange, brown are produced or enhanced with Incandescent light. It also contains low UV(light which can produce skin cancer). ✤ Fluorescent: Fluorescent light don’t emit light alike the UV lights. ✤ Halogen: It emits strong, full spectrum with higher effective color temperature. This emits both cold light and warm light that can greatly enhance artwork. They also go for a very long time to about 4,000 hours. ✤ LED: LED has Zero UV, Zero Heat, Low Power and Long Life.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  15. 15. Advantages of Light Art ✤ Incandescent: Warm colors such as red, orange, brown are produced or enhanced with Incandescent light. It also contains low UV(light which can produce skin cancer). ✤ Fluorescent: Fluorescent light don’t emit light alike the UV lights. ✤ Halogen: It emits strong, full spectrum with higher effective color temperature. This emits both cold light and warm light that can greatly enhance artwork. They also go for a very long time to about 4,000 hours. ✤ LED: LED has Zero UV, Zero Heat, Low Power and Long Life.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  16. 16. Advantages of Light Art ✤ Incandescent: Warm colors such as red, orange, brown are produced or enhanced with Incandescent light. It also contains low UV(light which can produce skin cancer). ✤ Fluorescent: Fluorescent light don’t emit light alike the UV lights. ✤ Halogen: It emits strong, full spectrum with higher effective color temperature. This emits both cold light and warm light that can greatly enhance artwork. They also go for a very long time to about 4,000 hours. ✤ LED: LED has Zero UV, Zero Heat, Low Power and Long Life.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  17. 17. Advantages of Light Art ✤ Incandescent: Warm colors such as red, orange, brown are produced or enhanced with Incandescent light. It also contains low UV(light which can produce skin cancer). ✤ Fluorescent: Fluorescent light don’t emit light alike the UV lights. ✤ Halogen: It emits strong, full spectrum with higher effective color temperature. This emits both cold light and warm light that can greatly enhance artwork. They also go for a very long time to about 4,000 hours. ✤ LED: LED has Zero UV, Zero Heat, Low Power and Long Life.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  18. 18. Advantages of Light Art ✤ Incandescent: Warm colors such as red, orange, brown are produced or enhanced with Incandescent light. It also contains low UV(light which can produce skin cancer). ✤ Fluorescent: Fluorescent light don’t emit light alike the UV lights. ✤ Halogen: It emits strong, full spectrum with higher effective color temperature. This emits both cold light and warm light that can greatly enhance artwork. They also go for a very long time to about 4,000 hours. ✤ LED: LED has Zero UV, Zero Heat, Low Power and Long Life.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  19. 19. Advantages of Light Art ✤ Gives entertainment and appealing view to the audience. ✤ Shows creativity toward the new futuristic world. ✤ Brightens the environment with numerous colors. ✤ Celebrates events or special occasions.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  20. 20. Advantages of Light Art ✤ Gives entertainment and appealing view to the audience. ✤ Shows creativity toward the new futuristic world. ✤ Brightens the environment with numerous colors. ✤ Celebrates events or special occasions.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  21. 21. Disadvantages of Light Art ✤ Incandescent: They produce continuous spectrum of light near ultraviolet in concerned with radiation. ✤ Fluorescent: It emits high UV rays which fade and damage the art. ✤ Halogen: Halogen lights give off a lot of heat and emits UV and infrared rays. ✤ LED: Their disadvantages are that it does not give efficient light to their advantages.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  22. 22. Disadvantages of Light Art ✤ Incandescent: They produce continuous spectrum of light near ultraviolet in concerned with radiation. ✤ Fluorescent: It emits high UV rays which fade and damage the art. ✤ Halogen: Halogen lights give off a lot of heat and emits UV and infrared rays. ✤ LED: Their disadvantages are that it does not give efficient light to their advantages.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  23. 23. Light Art in Society ✤ All around places (streets, shop windows, billboard signs, and houses). ✤ Attracts business and alerts people from emergencies. ✤ Give joy in celebrations and holidays. ✤ Light works change the visible world and change people’s lives as a whole.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  24. 24. Light Art in Society ✤ All around places (streets, shop windows, billboard signs, and houses). ✤ Attracts business and alerts people from emergencies. ✤ Give joy in celebrations and holidays. ✤ Light works change the visible world and change people’s lives as a whole.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  25. 25. Light Art in Society New York City, Time square ✤ All around places (streets, shop windows, billboard signs, and houses). ✤ Attracts business and alerts people from emergencies. ✤ Give joy in celebrations and holidays. ✤ Light works change the visible world and change people’s lives as a whole.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  26. 26. Light Art in Society New York City, Time square ✤ All around places (streets, shop windows, billboard signs, and houses). ✤ Attracts business and alerts people from emergencies. ✤ Give joy in celebrations and holidays. ✤ Light works change the visible world and change people’s lives as a whole.Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  27. 27. Global Issue & Light in Economy ✤ Too much use in electricity and energy, that money can be wasted. Even if LED is used, the price increases. ✤ Energy source will decrease and effect the economic system. ✤ Advertisements and decorations for London Olympics 2012. ✤ “Many think that it’s good for sight seeing and the tourists would bring in money for the new things they see.”Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  28. 28. Global Issue & Light in Economy ✤ Too much use in electricity and energy, that money can be wasted. Even if LED is used, the price increases. ✤ Energy source will decrease and effect the economic system. ✤ Advertisements and decorations for London Olympics 2012. ✤ “Many think that it’s good for sight seeing and the tourists would bring in money for the new things they see.”Tuesday, February 7, 2012
  29. 29. Christmas Season in Stanley Park (Vancouver, Canada) Fourth of July in New YorkTuesday, February 7, 2012
  30. 30. Bibliography ✤ Works Cited ✤ 2012, Jenny Minard BBC. "BBC News - London 2012: Olympic-inspired Art to Light up Bus Stops." BBC - Homepage. Web. 05 Feb. 2012. <http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-16510085>. ✤ Environmental A World For All. Web. 05 Feb. 2012. <http://environmentalaworldforall.wordpress.com/>. ✤ "Garry Street Gallery: Lighting Your Art | Notes From the Lane." Notes From the Lane | The Ruby Lane Blog: Your Resource for Online Sales Success. Web. 04 Feb. 2012. <http://blog.rubylane.com/node/1445>. ✤ "History of Puppetry." Sunnie BunnieZZ Storytellers A Kidsafe Activity Site Promotes Storytelling through Poetry, Puppetry, Clowning, Magic, Educational and Holiday Puzzles and Activities. Web. 04 Feb. 2012. <http://sunniebunniezz.com/puppetry/puphisto.htm>. ✤ "Light in Art, a New Way of Representing Light." Wayne Roberts - International Award Winning Artist. Diverse Interactive Watermedia Art. Watercolor Extended. Web. 04 Feb. 2012. <http:// www.wroberts.com.au/html/about_painting_light.html>. ✤ "Stained Glass in Medieval Europe | Thematic Essay | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art." The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Home. Web. 04 Feb. 2012. <http:// www.metmuseum.org/toah/hd/glas/hd_glas.htm>.Tuesday, February 7, 2012

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