The Yang lamp – now included in the permanent collection of the The National Museum of Scotland – was designed in 1986 as a response to the over-representation of the male in design. In its form we see both subversion and balance of male and female archetypes and a nod to the symbolism of Yin and Yang. The structure is made from metal and acrylic with a dimmable halogen uplighter and glowing point to the base. Bieffeplast, Italy 1988.
H 197 cm x DIA 27 cm