Grey Tube Necklace With Opalescent Beads
Lara Knutson makes light look three dimensional and mixes color in space. Light itself looks like something that can be touched and even inhaled. As you walk around, the necklace creates pulses of otherworldly light and sometimes even makes rainbows. Nothing is static or fixed; everything is immersive and experiential as the surfaces are playing with volume and our eyes' perception. Her innovation is a completely new way of making light.
Comprised of microscopic glass beads, Nebula’s soft reflective fabric glows when light is behind your head. Like a cloud of stardust, it is ephemeral with flashes of luminescence.
There is not need to cut Nebula’s stray threads. Give the entire strand a slight wiggle to put threads back in place.
This necklace can be wrapped to be on a wrist.
About the Artist
Lara Knutson is an Artist, Industrial Designer and Architect who works in New York City near MoMA PS1. She received a master’s degree in Industrial Design and a bachelor’s degree in Architecture from Pratt Institute and believes her work is informed by the interplay of light, space, materials and structure that unite these two disciplines.
Lara’s work is sold in design stores and museum shops around the world, including MoMA and the Cooper Hewitt. Her soft glass series is in the permanent collections of the Corning Museum of Glass and the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
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