Spectrum Manners - Anahata Series #12

Spectrum Manners - Anahata Series #12

Spectrum Manners - Anahata Series is a mixed media art piece combined of photography, silk screen and kinetic light art. The still image in the background originated from one of the artist’s artwork Spectrum Manners, a series of experimental photographs by Teddy Lo and photographer Vanh Wan. The two artists created a visual language by exploring different body movements such as yoga, Breakdance, kung fu and fire spinning varying shutter speeds with LED light in a dark room.

This process of creating the work is an interplay between light and his behaviors that required total control and balance. Through artist’s carefully choreographed movements and programmable lights, the LEDs left compelling trails of dynamic color lighting. They turned the capturable in real life - the artist in front of camera – into VISIBLE, and turn the uncapturable - the lights - into INVISIBLE. Capturing the whimsical color and light in a frozen frame.

Anahata Series incorporated artist’s long time research topic- Chromatherapy to reinvent the still image; Spectrum Manners. The artist added the vibrational energy by superimposing the image with sacred geometry patterns using both visible and invisible ink. Lit by UV and RGB LEDs, it mirrors an illuminated state of consciousness - making the invisible visible. In additional, the artist has programmed a specific sequence of spectrum color on the print image to evoke another dimension of Chromatherapy and luminous energy for psychological and spiritual healing. Overall, the artwork aims to inspire self-realization through the merging of mind, body and soul metaphorically.

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