Through its highly detailed structured glass surface, the panel absorbs and emits light, changing its colour it through an intricately detailed coloured layer under the glass surface. The structure of the glass in combination with the mirror backing make that the radiance panels absorb and then redistribute light as if it was light emitting. Normal reflections are not visible in the panel, however light travels and bounces, recoloured and redirected by the panel.
Rive Roshan is the artistic practice of Ruben de la Rive Box and Golnar Roshan. The studio creates to connect with people intuitively through exploring visual wonder as a means to emotional well-being. Through experimental processes the studio designs immersive spatial experiences, materials and objects that enrich lives and create memories that we treasure. Rive Roshan’s work has been on show at Les Musée des Arts Decoratifs Paris, The Old Selfridges Hotel London, Powerhouse Museum Sydney, Shanghai Museum of Glass, Museum JAN with a recent acquisition by National Gallery Victoria. A deep interest in colour, texture and materiality leads to an aesthetic of raw beauty.