Illumination in Purkinje Shift. Series of small -15x15cm, 6x6inch- paintings, oils, acrylics, watercolour, mixed media works on canvas and wood plus installation of sea weed, stone and neon light. Inspired by Purkinje Effect, that is our eyes' adaptation of the dark* under different level of illumination.
* Purkinje Effect in Physiology (sometimes called Purkinje shift or dark adaptation) is the tendency of the human eye to shift toward the blue end of colour spectrum at low illumination levels. The effect is named aftrer Chech anatomist Jan Evangelista Purkyne.
Purkinje Effect in Astronomy: shift in spectral sensitivity, the way stars and planets are viewed / Purkinje Fiber- cardioviscular- heart contraction responsibilities / Purkinje Cells- in the cerebral tissue adding to neural connectivity; fluidity of impulses.