October 5, 2019
How do you create a blue as bright as the atmosphere? This question brings together artist Anne Goyer and physicist Anne Pilonnet around an ambitious project combining science and creation. On the occasion of the 2019 Science Fair, the Bullukian Foundation is joining forces with Pulsalys to invite you to discover and experience the “light blue”.
Without light, there is no colour. This sensory experiment has always fascinated artists, theorists and scientists, from the material nature of the illuminated object, that intangible of the light which illuminates it, and by the faculties to perceive. Light and colour get from art and many sciences, in other words, they are an ideal field to experiment interdisciplinarity.
Born from the collaboration between the artist Anne Goyer and a team of five researchers from the University Claude Bernard Lyon 1, led by the physicist Anne Pilonnet, the “Bleu Lumière” project, supported by the CNRS and PULSALYS, explores a technique of innovative design to create a physical blue on paper, similar to the blue of the atmosphere.
Through this workshop, Anne Goyer and Anne Pillonnet take you to the heart of this “luminous space”, travelling on a nanometric scale the layers of the infinitely small, in a world where science and poetry coexist.