We were each given an invention. 
Haber–Bosch process, combustion engine, M-Pesa. These are some of the simple creations my classmates were assigned. But when it came to me, our instructor Rob Farrelly was not messing around. I spent the next four weeks immersed in the fields of physics and engineering, reading about electromagnetic radiation etc; to understand my assigned invention, the "light-bulb".

Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, where the event would be held. Photo © Temple Bar Gallery + Studios.

The ground floor gallery space, where light blue is the building structure and dark blue are the exhibition walls.

The layout creates a linear path, from our first attempts at controlling light, to the present and future.

Each pattern has optical sizes.

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