Light is kind of magic: insubstantial, yet visible. It is something that can change our material world and the way we perceive it in thousand ways.
Light is the inspiration and it is always a discovery. You never know where it will appear. When it seeps through thousands of holes of a spherical layer, it searches for the shortest way to the screen on which it leaves its trace. That screen is the world around us - walls, furniture, curtains.
If I am the architect of the lamp’s shape and pattern, the artisan who puts life in it, then the light is a surprise and amusement, an euphoria of luminescence, an illusion made real; it never brings boredom, for it changes with every move of its source.