Carlotta Premazzi, who interacts and expresses herself with the luminous medium in a multipurpose way, is an example for those who want to make the visual stimulus evolve into a real aesthetic experience of the metaverse.
Aleksandra creates site-specific works in public spaces and is also co-founder of the Lighting Guerrilla Festival in Ljubljana, Slovenia, and artistic director of the Belgrade Light Festival in Serbia.
Marina Zumi is a talented street artist, with a background in fashion design. Argentinian native and Berlin based, she is known for her extra large, colourful murals covering entire buildings in cosmic-like illustrations.
“Good lighting often goes unnoticed by the audience” – Shirley Prendergast was an inspiration to many African-American lighting designers. Her trailblazing work has paved way for the upcoming generation of designers.
Motoko Ishii started her firm in a time when nobody understood the importance of lighting design in Japan and the culture did not completely accept female designers. Her work on the Tokyo Tower started the change.
Jean Rosenthal (1912-1969) a pioneer in the field of Theatre Lighting Design, it was during her thirty-three year career that the Lighting Designer joined the Scene and Costume Designer as a member of the production team.
The R.A.W series is a set of blogs that will expose the trailblazing stories of our chosen ‘Radical' and ‘Ardent’ Women in Lighting for bringing pivotal change in the industry with their passion for light. We are looking to offer a fresh perspective on the contributions that these women have…