KKDC Paris will be showing a selection of recent works by the artist Bardula that uses LED light as a medium. The exhibition will take place from September 3, 2015 to January 3, 2016, at the KKDC Gallery, 20 Passage Dauphine in the 6th arrondissement of Paris.
This exhibition, between sculpture, jewelry, design, and architecture, is made of abstract geometrical installations and light art. It reveals changing volumes, depending on perspective and LED color. The entire space is an interaction between light, matter, reflections, and volumes.
Next to the KKDC showroom designed by French star architect Joseph Dirand, the KKDC Gallery is an exhibition space dedicated to light for emerging as well as established artists. It is a creative place to showcase the most innovating ideas, mirroring the light products conceived and manufactured by KKDC, a place of partnership where the principle of sharing ideas between a manufacturer and an artist is the essence of the spirit of the KKDC Gallery. It is an ode to light, creativity and boldness, and of crossing boundaries.
Since 2005, KKDC is an established manufacturer, designing and producing a wide range of specialist LED lighting solutions for high-end architectural markets worldwide.
Research and manufacture take place in their expanding Korean facility outside Seoul, with product design and technical marketing services from KKDC Design House in London, with offices in New York, Kyoto, Beijing, Auckland, Sydney… and continuing to expand.
KKDC was discovered in France at the opening of its first Parisian office in 2009. Today, KKDC works together closely with architects, light conceptors and designers, with projects worldwide. Their light sources illuminate luxury hotels and prestigious boutiques, private houses, exhibitions, museums, bridges… where the designers lead them.