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Parsons Event - Questioning Light

 

What if a piece of glass could slow the passage of light so much that you could see into the past? Could artificial moons that reflect sunlight illuminate the nightscape? How would the built environment be different if we designed to darkness requirements?

From materials to optics, instincts to cosmos, and reality to perception, this presentation illustrates how much more there is to know about light. The lecture will be immediately followed by a reception, featuring an immersive, student-designed installation by the Parsons Light-Space Art class.

Guest Speaker
Emrah Baki Ulas, Associate, Steensen Varming (London)

Hosted by
Glenn Shrum, Assistant Professor and Director of Lighting Design at the School of Constructed Environments.

Location
Parsons School of Design - The New School
University Center, 14th Street and Fifth Avenue, New York City
Starr Foundation Hall, Room UL102

Schedule
4:00pm Program
6:00pm Reception

Registration
This event is organized by Parsons School of Constructed Environments.
For details and registration, visit their event page here.

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