Javier Rivera: 'Luminance Interventions,' light projections on landscapes


The land and light art of Javier Riera. At Juxtapoz, more on the artist.

His “luminance interventions” are geometric light patterns projected on to natural landscape surfaces are ephemeral, and like our dreams, take place at night. Riera’s work is currently on display at the Niemeyer Center in his hometown of Avilés, Spain.


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  1. I have a hard time believing that all of those are actually documentation of something he projected onto a landscape.

    Particularly the one shot directly into the sun where the projection is just as bright as the sun-filtering clouds, but also the ones where enormous swaths of landscape are lit up day-bright by his projections. The article is less than illuminating about the details of his methods or materials.

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