About Light Cube
Light Cube houses a bedroom within a five-sided box on wheels covered in LED lights and sheathed in frosted plexi-glass to produce a warm glow. Lighting effects will be programmed into the LED lights to simulate a pulse or heartbeat. One side of the bedroom is open so guests can roll Light Cube to the view they want to see in the morning; be it an art installation in the gallery or a view through the industrial steel and glass windows.
Set in an unconventional location – a 2600 sq ft art gallery in a rural town overlooking a river in Appalachia, we are located 20 minutes from Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater, a World Heritage Site.
Inspired by the work of Dan Flavin, Donald Judd, Jen Lewin, and art installations: The Koi Pond, Tree of Ténéré, and Firmament, our guests will be sleeping inside an immersive and interactive art installation, a one-of-a-kind overnight experience.
About The Artists
Conceived by Suzanne Ragan Lentz. John ‘Parts’ Taylor and Jeffrey ‘Pope’ Pankey realized the plans. All three artists have a history of collaboration as long-time contract employees for Burning Man. Pope has built large-scale art since 1999. Parts is the LED technical mastermind behind many large-scale art installations including The Bay Lights.