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Daniel Crooks has been commissioned to illuminate the National Gallery’s façade for the 2022 Enlighten Festival as part of The Balnaves Contemporary Series. Held in the 40th anniversary year of the National Gallery, Daniel Crooks: Structured Light celebrates the design of the original Gallery building by architect, Col Madigan.
Using Madigan’s original geometric language as inspiration, Crooks has created a suite of visual manipulations spanning geometry, architecture and perspective. The work culminates in a series of vignettes that transforms the Gallery façade through volume, colour, light and sound.