Light is key for Berlin-based Japanese scenographer and multimedia artist Yoko Seyama. Her latest installation “Saiyah – Light and Color composition #2” is a kinetic light sculpture, featuring a GiantMirror by ShowTex.

The light of a light source as white as daylight is split into two colours by projection on a spectral window which only lets through a specific colour wavelength while the remaining wavelengths are reflected. With this simple mechanism, the colours are remixed over and over again to create new layers, patterns and colours of the spectrum. In total four motorised spectroscopic windows and a full mirror by ShowTex were used to create a unique interaction of moving colours.

UK Lighting Designers


Lucy Carter

Wide images showing a scene from Part 2 of Woolf Works the World Premiere by Wayne McGregor and The Royal Ballet @ Royal Opera House. (Opening 11-05-15) ©Tristram Kenton 05/15 (3 Raveley Street, LONDON NW5 2HX TEL 0207 267 5550 Mob 07973 617 355)email: tristram@tristramkenton.com

D.M. Wood

Charlie Morgan Jones


Fabiana Piccioli

Fabiana Piccioli trained as a dancer while studying Philosophy in Rome.

Between 2000 and 2002 she started her dancing career in Belgium before moving back to Rome to join the Romaeuropa Festival as production manager.

In 2005 she moved to London joining the Akram Khan Company as Technical Director and Lighting Designer, touring with the company worldwide.

Since 2010 she has collaborated with other international artists and choreographers as a freelance Lighting Designer.


(in the mind of igor)

Artistic Director/Choreographer: Akram Khan

Lighting Designer: Fabiana Piccioli

Michael Hulls

Michael trained in dance and theatre at Dartington College. Over the last 20 years Michael has worked exclusively in dance, particularly with choreographer Russell Maliphant, and established a reputation as a “choreographer of light”.Michael trained in dance and theatre at Dartington College.


“Hulls’s dazzlingly beautiful but intangible edifices”


Direction, Choreography and Performance – Akram Khan

Visual Design – Tim Yip

Lighting Design – Michael Hulls

The Rodin Project

CHOREOGRAPHY: Russell Maliphant



Choreography & costumes: Liam Scarlett

Lighting design: Michael Hulls