Héctor Serrano | Constellation
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Alma Light, Works


“I believe there is life out there in the universe” Bill Nelson, head of NASA. The cosmos, the fascination with the stars, their balance and beauty is the starting point for Constellations.


The collection refers to the work that Alexander Calder and Joan Miró made almost simultaneously without knowing it and with the same name. Each in his own area, Calder in sculpture and Miró in painting.


An exercise in abstraction and synthesis that leads us to a single asymmetrical module that is at the same time balanced. A luminaire that gives a dynamic sensation to the space in a constant change depending on the observer’s point of view. A thin brass tube outlines the structure that ends in blown glass spheres of three different diameters and dissipates the light in a soft and warm way. The module can be repeated two or three times to form more voluminous and complex configurations that adapt to the space and different needs. The three finishes of the structure make the collection more versatile being able to be integrated in different environments.