The Flowers of Life collective has earned a reputation for its impressive light installations that pose fundamental questions to viewers. Lux Helsinki will feature the collective’s biggest installation to date – one that exudes mysticism and the magical glow of light.
Flowers of Life draws on “sacred geometry” and the symmetry and proportions of nature and the cosmos. Comprising patterns that seem to float in the air, the installation plays with light and forms.
The installation will be projected from the inner courtyard of the University of Helsinki’s Topelia building and change in appearance depending on which side it is viewed from. Viewers will also be able to walk through the multifaceted installation.
Picture: Johanna Kinnari