Submission Photography

RGB, nights à São Paulo

The use of light in our cities has changed radically since the last century. From
a purely utilitarian use, ensuring security and vision; today, it plays an entirely
different role, including dramatically depicting monuments, going as far as
«over-valuing» them, as Luc Gwiazdzinski says, a geographer who questions the
night as a space-time resource for the reinvention of contemporary cities.
Following my night walks in São Paulo, the series RGB, nights in São Paulo
takes the visitor into the luminous heterogeneity of the megalopolis, focusing
particularly on the colored lights in Red Green Blue (RGB, the three primary
colors serving as a basis for generating up to 16 others).
Extending the day into the night, these colored lights illuminate places, monuments, objects or people in a supernatural way, and at the same time
visually


http://antoineseguin.com/RVB-nuits-a-Sao-Paulo

RGB, nights à São Paulo

The use of light in our cities has changed radically since the last century. From
a purely utilitarian use, ensuring security and vision; today, it plays an entirely
different role, including dramatically depicting monuments, going as far as
«over-valuing» them, as Luc Gwiazdzinski says, a geographer who questions the
night as a space-time resource for the reinvention of contemporary cities.
Following my night walks in São Paulo, the series RGB, nights in São Paulo
takes the visitor into the luminous heterogeneity of the megalopolis, focusing
particularly on the colored lights in Red Green Blue (RGB, the three primary
colors serving as a basis for generating up to 16 others).
Extending the day into the night, these colored lights illuminate places, monuments, objects or people in a supernatural way, and at the same time
visually