Nina Wengel

DKK 3.200,00

The Crystal Lamp, 2021

 

Description

Nina Wengel (b. 1979, Denmark)

The Crystal Lamp, 2021

STEEL

The industrial raw and cool look

Product description
The lamp consists of quartz, a steel tube, a silicone washer, steel washers, a thin steel bar, a socket, a plastic wire with plug, E14 LED light bulb.

  • Measurement: 14 cm x Ø 3.5 cm
  • Cord: 400 cm
  • Material: steel

Design: Nina Wengel

To use the lamp connect it to a standard 230v power outlet.
To replace the bulb, pull the quartz.
The bulb used in the lamp is an E14 LED.
An LED bulb is recommended to prevent overheating.

 

THE CRYSTAL LAMP was designed by Danish artist Nina Wengel, who throughout her career has worked with colours and light as healing tools. Since graduating from the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in 2008, she has been toying with the idea of creating a crystal lamp.

The first edition of this design was developed as a part of an installation commissioned by the Danish Arts Council, to create a comforting atmosphere in a counselling room at Odense University Hospital.

The lamp is produced at N.H. Steel WaterCut Southern Funen, where the artist is based and has her studio.

Each piece of quartz is especially selected and mounted by the artist, hoping that the lamp will bring you joy.

The elegant packaging is made at Bruunshaab Gamle Papfabrik.

About the artist

NINA WENGEL was born 1979, Aarhus, Denmark and based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She is an artist working in many medias and what is represented on this website is only a few projects of this artists’ production. Mainly though, Nina Wengel works with contemporary landscape painting and light healing events, sometimes under the name GOOD WORK Productions. GOOD WORK Productions is an self invented organization working to improve urban atmosphere and strives to do projects, mainly in public space, which by the use of art affect themselves, interpersonal relations, society and the universe in a positive way. 

Wengel took her Master of Fine Arts in 2008 at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts. Studied the two years basic course, followed by two years at The School of Media, Professor Ann Lislegaard, one year at The School of painting, Professor Tumi Magnusson and Graduated from the School of Time based media, professor Gerard Byrne

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