Have a look at this interesting worldwide project, started two years ago by Andy Pepper at the Broadway Media Centre, Nottingham – where we have seen many a good film:
Artists in 21 parts of the globe have ‘switched on’ blocks of light. (See if you can find my own tiny block.) By January there had been over 800,000 ‘hits’ from 92 countries or territories, which makes the average number of visitors to a gallery, even for a successful exhibition, look minuscule. In theory every person who visits the site might go on to look at this one….
Here (appropriately I hope) is Semi-transparent, which is a celebration of light. It’s actually based on the AIDS virus and is constructed mainly of felt, cellophane and tissue: