Paul Friedlander uses computer controlled lights and infrared sensors to generate sculptures simulating giant holographies of intriguing beauty. His work, defined by himself as “kinetic sculpture”, has been exhibited in Berlin, New York, London and Singapore. His exhibition in artFutura 2002 presents a wide-ranging selection of his most important works, and
includes a new and exclusive production: a light sculpture with more than 7 meters in length

Hyper Spheres and The Wave Equation are the names of two installations on show at Art Futura 2002. The Hyper Spheres were made last year, The Wave Equation has been specially created for this show in memory of his father F. G. Friedlander, a Cambridge mathematician member of the Royal Society who died last year.