About Lauren Baker
In Picture: Lauren Baker's sculpture installation in Al Ula.
Frequency Of The Moon (210.42Hz)
Commissioned for the UNESCO protected desert in Al Ula, Saudi Arabia. Inspired by the visual frequency of 210.42Hz, the artist created a huge sphere of light with lines of neon. The exterior sphere contains 30 mirrored fins edged in neon light on both the front and back, for a 360 light experience. The internal armillary sphere was made with a mirror surface for optimum infinity light reflection. Both inner and outer spheres were designed with transparent elements for the viewer to experience the art and its environment merging. The armillary sphere consists of a spherical framework of rings, centred on the Sun, that represent lines of celestial longitude and latitude and other astronomically important features.