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Tate Britain

Tate Britain

Computer lighting simulations of the Duveen Gallery were created to assist the installation of the Michael Landy House in Tate Britain . The problem was to understand the existing light quality of the Duveen Gallery and to suggest ways in which the existing lighting could be balanced for the exhibition of the Michael Landy House and film projections. The gallery space and the Michael Landy House were modelled in computer lighting models. The proposal involved establishing a lighting gradient across the Gallery space. Artificial light reinforced daylight at the ends of the gallery and in the central area of the gallery, windows were blanked out with external covers to allow film projection.

Project Team
Carl Callaghan, Susanna Dobson, Marco Leal

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