December 9, 2011 in Uncategorized
Dare To Light is about good ideas to help you use light in your work in a better way. It’s not about professional slang, complicated installations or rocket science. It is about learning and trying out simple, practical things.
We want to see creative people understanding the simple heurekas of how lighting works without feeling like an idiot drowned in bone-dry physics. We want you to know what to want from lighting and to use whatever you have available in the best possible way.
We want to create a community for people interested to discuss and learn about lights. We want to offer tutorials for learning and workshops to those, who see lighting as part of their art, work, or life, but do not desire to become professional lighting designer or understand all scientific details..
Why would I need any of this?
We have seen what you do. You’re completely awesome in that. But it’s obvious you haven’t really thought about the lights. And that makes us sad. Your awesomeness deserves to be seen in some kick-ass lighting atmosphere instead of some random lights turned on. It doesn’t matter whether you’re performing on stage, designing an interior, opening a cafe or just throwing a party in your living room, lights are definitely worth thinking about.