Shooted by Telma Araújo



The Eclipsis lamps, created and elaborated by Pròsper Riba Vilardell, develop through different techniques – roll-up, incalmo, own techniques… – the plasticity of light and shadow, or of what is visible and what is hidden, taking as an aesthetic motif the phenomenon of eclipses.

In a solar eclipse, the moon is interposed between the Sun and the Earth; in the Eclipsis lamps, on the other hand, a meta-eclipse is created: the star/object itself covers itself as the point of view rotates, increasing the intrigue or curiosity for its fold. One flank of the lamp can hide the other.

An Eclipsis lamp has a great visual presence that can determine, if desired, the atmosphere of an entire room.

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