In the framework of the lighting and visual scenography for the “Indian Wedding” project produced by Balich Worldwide Shows, ACT lighting design created a made to measure light art installation, “Forbidden Fruit”, to enhance this exquisite event. “Forbidden Fruit” installation, with its strong visual identity, embodies the mystery contained in all fairytales, with a sense of luxury and fantasy.
Sometimes entirely visible, others, secretly hanging, hidden in the landscape and embedded into decors somewhere beyond words, between the tangible and the imaginary, the art object offers an enchanting vibrant experience by reflecting its silver glints and random colors on the surroundings. Its size and form of grape, made from mirror balls, aim at embracing the notions of abundance, myth and legend. With its edgy touch, “Forbidden Fruit” could highlight any given scenery, enrapture the divine spirit of hedonic festivities and mesmerise the secret of ambrosia.
Through the symbolic value of the idyll and celebration, “Forbidden fruit” invites to experience a dreamlike atmosphere with spectacular effects and a glimpse of retro extravaganza.
Credits: Client& Executive Producer: Balich Worldwide Shows
Visual & Lighting Scenography of the Art Object: ACT lighting design
Date : 2014
Country : Puglia, Italy