RAINBOW FLAG

RAINBOW FLAG
Newlyn Art Gallery

When: 14 December 1999 to 18 December 1999
Where: Newlyn Art Gallery New Road Newlyn TR18 5PZ
Time: 10 - 5
Cost: Free with admission
Suitable for: Any age

Rainbow Flag is a temporary neon installation by artist Peter Freeman, commissioned by Newlyn Art Galllery & The Exchange to celebrate LGBTQIA+ History Month. Situated in the Studio Café at Newlyn Art Gallery, the form of the flag echoes the shape of the large picture window and the neon light fills the space with vibrant colour.

Peter Freeman is interested in the beauty and emotional quality of artificial light. His light sculptures and installations are poetic solutions using electric light and digital technologies to transform architectural spaces and create uplifting luminous forms that celebrate light and bring pleasure to the senses.

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