Bridge of Light, 2008

  • Date Completed: Japan 2008

It is an architecture of transit: a vertebral column.
The light draws this fragmented bridge.
BRIDGE OF LIGHT is a metaphor for transformation.
It’s resolution is pure geometrical but it defines a very intimate world: the interior of a human being constantly developing.
BRIDGE OF LIGHT’s five body structure is made of translucent glass. It’s interior (metallic structure, neon lights and cables) vanishes in a feeling of a stream of light. The neon lights stress the edges. The structure finishes in the end that connects with the rest of the museum, in a staircase also made of light. The staircase is an aesthetical as well as a functional element (it serves as support and access to the end of the structure). It is also an element of a great conceptual significance.