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The Powerful Emotion of Light: A Conversation with Mischa Kuball
by Robert Preece

Artists, like other professionals, sometimes hit key turning points in the development of their work. Such is the case right now for Mischa Kuball, who has built an impressive practice by “generating a certain awareness about streams of interaction in terms of a psychological dimension in urban space and structure.” Working with visual properties of light and manipulations of space, Kuball creates works that, beneath their coolness and academically oriented phrasing, are driven by the heart. His recent projects reveal a need to promote social and political change via “the powerful emotion of light,” best exemplified by the emotion-packed Refraction House (1994).


Lichtbrücke, in cooperation with Riken Yamamoto and Beda Faessler,
2004. View of installation in Berlin.

Too see the pdf of this article-interview at the artdesigncafe.com library, click [http://www.artdesigncafe.com/Mischa-Kuball-Robert-Preece-2008]


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