Laura Buckley

Laura created several prints at the Cavendish Laboratory in March 2016 that manipulated objects, materials and surfaces on top of a photographic scanner whilst shining light back into its beam.

These prints were created by ‘scanning’ one of James Clerk Maxwell’s glass cross shapes, which he used for studying light transmission through glass that was subjected to different levels of pressure. The resulting abstract, experimental images not only challenge the technology but offer a new way of seeing around, through and between materials.

Her Light Waves prints were presented as part of the Cavendish Arts Science Into Boundless Space I Leap 2016 exhibition developed in partnership with Kettle's Yard.


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