Derek Lee once again designed an installation for the National Trust at Lacock, to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the first photographic negative by Fox Talbot.
Derek designed a subtle and elegant colour changing environment within the cloisters, and made use of the architectural windows as a light source from outside. Using a range of 400w MBI floods and LED IP rated units. The installation ran for three weeks until the 9th of February 2014.
The slow colour changing moods enhanced the architecture and allowed the building to be shown off in all its glory.
Photography - Steve Thomas.
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