Lux & Lumen
In 2003, Daniel Goldstein began to experiment with the moving light of television as a source material for photographs. Working closely with collaborator John Kapellas, he created a special process to filter the light in to a variety of elaborate patterns. “Because we are so focused on the images on the screen, we do not realize how vibrant the colors of TV really are.”
Lux and Lumen both mean light. Lux refers to the light source itself, and lumen to the rays or brilliance that travels out from the source.
These luminous and tapestry-like images are available in limited editions in a number of sizes and are printed on aluminum in gun metal frames or on Duratrans in custom made light boxes.