Eva Rudlinger
Works About



Eva Rudlinger graduated with an MA in Fine Art from the Chelsea College of Art & Design in London, since which she has exhibited internationally and took part in artist residencies.

The transformation of elemental conditions, materials and places into distilled microcosmic concepts is at the source of recent work. I see an important place in art that exercises an act of discovery, similar to science function of understanding things, including our selves. Involving a wide range of processes to explore perceptions of time and the temporal, space and scale. Weaving together randomness and symmetric complexities with the capacity for change. The elastic dynamics of the art works can be understood as contextualized practices expressed across a range of artistic forms, thoughts and ideas.


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contact: evarue@btinternet.com

Light intensity
watts per square metre

1000     clear sunlight at noon in June, 100 000 lux light saturation for photosynthesis in wheat 20 000 lux
100     daylight, overcast sky, 1000-10 000 lux
10     compensation point of photosynthesis [photosynthesis and respiration equal], 100-1000 lux
1     photoperiodic control of flowering, ca 100 lux
0.1     late twilight, stimulation of seed germination [8 minutes of red light]
0.01     moonlight, max. 0.2 lux
0.001     human colour vision, photoaxis in flagellates
0.0001     chlorophyll formation [perceptible greening, red light]
0.00001     phototropism in oat seedling [blue light] straightening of tip of bean seedling [red light]
0.000001     phototropism in fungus [20 minutes of blue light]
0.0000001     black and white image perception in man [the intensity value refers to the illumination of the object]
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0.000000001     light from a bright star [Sirius]
0.0000000001     effect on plant growth [inhibition of growth in lower part of stem of oats seedling, red light]
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0.000000000001     light from a star of the 6th magnitude, barely visible by the unaided eye
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0.0000000000000000001     light from the weakest stars that can be recorded with the largest telescopes