“light, lover” celebrates the subtle beauty of light in our day-to-day lives.

Applied to physics, dispersion refers to the property by which light disseminates according to its differing wavelengths (and therefore, colour) as it passes through a material. Also referenced is the phenomenon of Rayleigh scattering, which is responsible for causing the colour of the sky to be blue during the day, and the yellow to red hues of the low sun.
Inviting the viewer to witness the crossroad where the mundane meets the magical, “light, lover” encourages one to consider the scientific explanations behind the play of light, while questioning the ability of these explanations to account for the subjective experience of the same phenomena.
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