Flynn Talbot at the V&A with Reflection Room

One of the highlights of London Design Festival year after year has to be the installation at the V&A museum, and this years large installation did not disappoint, using the V&A grand architecture as a muse.

Flynn Talbot created an atmospheric Light Installation using orange and blue lights that reflected the sun rise and sun set of Flynn’s birthplace Australia. The room had reflective film strips (provided by Barrisol) placed throughout the room, which helped bounce the light around the space and onto to the people viewing the space.

We managed catch up with Flynn during the festival to learn a bit more about the piece and his thoughts on events like London Design Festival.

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