Five orientation lights, 1999
Five small lighthouses, here situated in the Tuscan countryside in Italy, separate the surroundings into sections by illuminating them with different colours of light. Each lighthouse emits light through a fresnel lens, which is encased in a faceted coloured-glass housing. The area is thus mapped using a colour code rather than ordinary cartographic means.
|Five orientation lights|
|Stainless steel, coloured glass, halogen bulbs, and fresnel lenses|