Tom Ellard, Paul Greedy: Home Clavilux

  • ©, Tom Ellard and Paul Greedy, Home Clavilux
  • ©, Tom Ellard and Paul Greedy, Home Clavilux

Artist Statement:


    Paul Greedy works with light and Tom Ellard with sound. Their collaboration resulted in a Clavilux, a machine that manipulates light through emotions. The emotions are represented by colours. The first machine that visualises emotions through colour is from 1919, built by Thomas Wilfred (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thomas_Wilfred), who coined the term Clavilux, and this version is the 11th Clavilux, world-wide.


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