This exceptional resonance can be seen in two current exhibitions, George Chakravarthi’s installation, Thirteen
commissioned for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Swan Room, and Suki Chan’s lightbox installation, Sleep Walk, Sleep Talk
at the Museum of London.
Bespoke Aluminium Lightboxes can be built to virtually any size requested and are finished in powder coated Aluminium to any colour specification with a thin 20mm standard profile. Quotes and turnaround times are available on application.
In addition, the Art-Lite Lightboxes are a more affordable ‘off the shelf’ product, finished in a high quality wood frame in a choice of Black or White wood finish.
Chris Jackson at Metro comments: ‘We wanted to offer photographers a cost-effective way of illuminating high quality Duratrans images. The Art-Lite is almost off the shelf, but customers can still see and approve Duratrans test before the box is fitted together. It’s a way of making these new colour accurate lightboxes available to a wider market.”
Peter Sargent from Lite House elaborates: ‘By combining our patented ultra-thin LED technology with Duratrans, in a slimline fine art frame, we have created a high quality product with stunning impact.’