The light observer is a semi-annual independent magazine based in Milan, but in English, which explores light in all its forms.
Not just photography or cinema, as one might mistakenly think, this one-of-a-kind magazine talks about light at 360 ° through in-depth articles and interviews, mixing emerging and famous artists, photographers, architects, scientists, designers.
It is a magazine for those who work every day with and alongside light, directing it and letting themselves be guided by the myriad of combinations that come out of it.
"Light is such a fundamental actor of our lives. It deeply influences our feelings and perceptions. It's a subject of deep meaning and yet is part of our everyday life. In that sense it's a fruitful topic to explore."
Number of pages: 130
In this number:
- Interview with artist Hicham Berrada about his unique approach to making art and the use of light in his installations
- The project Theaters by acclaimed photographer Hiroshi Sugimoto
- Interview with artist Daniel Canogar, who questions our relationship with technology and the omnipresence of screens in our societies
- satellite observations, photography and technology, f64 and the power of representation by Sheung Yiu
- Interview with acclaimed artist Anthony McCall about his process, evolution, research and understanding of light
- Interview with Brussels artist Adrien Lucca on color and light, perceptions and his future installations
- Interview with Yuichi Yokoyama and excerpt from his manga entitled Travel
- Essay on Innovative Design by Curt Fischer, the Bauhaus and the Legacy of Midgard, by English writer Andrew Ayers
- Essay on the spot and the importance of light in cinema "2001, A Space Odyssey" and "Stalker" by Tarkovski, written by Matthew Burgos
- Interview with the technical director of Apollon laser infrastructure, one of the most powerful lasers in the world, the future of research and details on this cutting-edge technology
... and so much more