Sarah Zhang writes via gizmodo.com:
In our ordinary lives, light leaks out from windows and door cracks, spilling out uncontrollably into the dark. In the hands of a skilled artist, light becomes a precise, malleable medium that gives unexpected life to ordinary-looking objects.
His sculptures are cut with a mathematical precision so that light spills out in beautiful, unexpected forms.
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