Finnish artist Kari Kola used myriads of emerald and blue lights to transform an area of Ireland’s Connemara mountains into what he claims was “the largest site-specific light artwork ever created”.
The Savage Beauty installation comprises 1,000 large lamps spread over three miles of the Irish mountain range flanking Loch na Fuaiche in north Connemara.
The artwork flooded the undulating topography in vibrant, pulsating colours. Intended to highlight the beauty of this remote landscape, the green and blue light was reflected in the loch and illuminated the low-lying clouds.
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