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The Economics of Diversity: the Dasgupta Review

You may have noticed that The Light Review is more than happy to talk about the climate crisis to anyone […]

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The Mistletoe Bride

Party Games: Hide ‘n Seek – the ultimate lockdown

Here at The Light Review we are great supporters of the Family Christmas (and however truncated that may be for […]

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Star of Bethlehem: Redux

Astronomers are generally agreed that the new star in the sky that sent Bathazar, Caspar and Melchior off from the […]

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Electronic Paint and Flexible Batteries

Strange things drop into my inbox. A couple of weeks ago I was warned about ELECTRONIC PAINT – something that […]

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EDA Sector Survey 2019: insights into the old manufacturer+wholesaler+contractor three-step

The Electrical Distributors’ Association (EDA) likes to keep a finger on the pulse of the electrical supply sector by commissioning […]

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Give me something interesting to do – please!

Chris Fordham and I were e-chatting . . . there must be something interesting to do, quoth I. Why not […]

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Book Review: Our House Is On Fire

Why is a website dedicated to Good Lighting bothering with a book about the Climate Crisis? Well – it’s because […]

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Beware flesh-burning UV-C Death Lamps!

If your inbox is anything like mine, you’ll have noticed that there seems to be a lot of UV-virus-busting product […]

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Light Creators; James Turrell’s Constellation series

James Turrell, light artist extraordinaire, has returned to the UK with a solo exhibition of new works at the PACE […]

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Light Creators: Bruce Munro – Time And Place

Chris Fordham reports: Driving in the evening through rural Wiltshire on the way to a Light Show, I happened to […]

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Light Creators: Liz West

Liz West is British visual artist, famous for site specific artworks, sculpture and immersive light art installations. The exhibition is […]

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Olafur Eliasson: ‘In real life’ at Tate Modern, London

Chris Fordham writes: Light has played an important role in art over the ages, all the way from Caravaggio; famous […]

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