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In the tradition of associating divinity with light, this series presents itself as a probing of light's spiritual implications as a visible embodiment of the sacred.

Drawing on the physical properties of geometric optics and the fundamental understanding of a beam of light, the artist introduces abstractions of religious iconography against a backdrop of negative space. Here, the diffusion of light waves over darkness takes precedence, allegorizing the inherent religious duality of good and evil.

"Fiat Lux" is more than an exploration of light in a spiritual setting; it is a contemplation of persistent metaphysical themes prevalent in diverse cultures and religious doctrines. The series calls on the viewer to question and reflect on the universal human experience, and how our perceptions of the divine are shaped by the natural world.

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