Warren Langley creates site related works for the built environment and natural settings, using light in conjunction with glass and other permanent materials feature extensively in his repertoire. These works define and reinforce their immediate locations, providing focus and drama in their settings.
Pulse is temperature responsive steel and light sculptures completed in 2011 and consists of 10 modules along 120 m of Prospect Road.
Galvanised Steel, Polyethylene and LED Light
About the artist
Born in 1950 in Sydney, Australia. Light art and glass art are terms commonly applied to the site specific public art of artist Warren Langley. In a career spanning over 35 years, the past 16 years has seen an increasing use of light as a principal design element to create public art interventions which undergo day to night transformations.
Langley's oeuvre addresses the notion of sight/site, both visual and contextual and his 35 year portfolio of artworks for the built environment span all manner of materials although it is his large scale works in light and glass for which he is most well-known.
126 Prospect Rd, Prospect SA 5082, Australia