When comes the night, it’s time to animate the sky with our lights. Signs of Light is part of our nomadic art and life experience to create unique visuals. This new edition combines years of experiments with outdoors and studio light-painting. No matter whether we work with one or 120 cameras, the essence remains the same.
Since the publication of the original Signs of Light in 2016, thousands of people have started to play with the tubes, creating a new highly creative community of artists dedicated to this art form. We teach to learn and learn to teach. By sharing what we do, other members of the community come up with new ideas and tricks that are then shared back. Giving to evolve. All together.
Back then it was our first video demonstrating how to use the tubes. But over the years, we published over a hundred episodes of the Tube Stories series in which we explain in depth the technique and the various tools we use to create these images.
Harsh conditions are not necessarily something we aim for, but we certainly don’t back down when things start to get tricky. Either with snow, cold, mosquitoes or high wind, we keep pushing our limits to achieve what we have in mind.
Stories, pictures and presskit available on https://ericpare.com/signs-of-light-2019
A short film by Kim Henry & Eric Paré
Made with the help of Ian Norman, Guillermo Castellanos, Vladimir Samuel Llanos Condori, Abraham Mercado and Efren Herrera
Many thanks to all of our friends who helped us along the way.