The Fire-Light Sculpture, Courtesy of the Artist

Kilu’s artistic practice includes using light as both the source material and product of his work. He explores this intangible medium by transforming and combining casual objects into sculptures, which are then able to manipulate, capture and absorb the intrinsic values of light. His most recent experiments employ materials such as laser, fog and lucite to interpret light’s proper ties by way of bold colors, shapes, and varying consistencies.

Kilu lives and creates in New York, where he relocated from Switzerland in 2006 after winning The Chelsea International Fine Art Competition. His accomplishments also include winning The Healing Power of Art award in 2007, as well as being exhibited in several solo and group shows in New York.

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