Jeongmoon Choi, a Berlin-based artist, is showing off a collection of her visually stunning UV light and thread installations in her latest exhibit. If it sounds confusing, it will make a lot more sense when you see the pictures. Essentially Choi is using a series of UV lights to construct 3D forms that can act as virtual blueprints. Her designs range from basic geometric grids that fill the room to more complex lighting effects that visitors can physically roam through.
Her exhibit Dialogue Lineaire is being displayed at the Galerie Laurent Mueller in Paris until January 26. You may not have time to witness it for yourself, but enjoy some photos of her work to get an idea of the eye-catching displays Choi created.