Jochen Holz, ‘Lobus Wall Light’, 2018, SEEDS
Jochen Holz, ‘Lobus Wall Light’, 2018, SEEDS
Jochen Holz, ‘Lobus Wall Light’, 2018, SEEDS

This wall mounted neon light is a unique light sculpture made of free formed borosilicate glass tubing and a cast jesmonite stone wall plate. Each is one of its kind and part of a small edition. It uses much bigger glass tubing diameters and wall thicknesses than in conventional neon making. This is highly unusual and shows entirely new qualities in this traditional technique. The glass is left uncoated and becomes part of the piece, the forms play with the light emitted by the different rare gases, the undulating tube subtly manipulates the light, softening and intensifying it in turns.

They are made out of coloured tubes of glass (amber and grey) so that you can clearly see the sculpted glass even when neon is off.

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