Belfast-based photographer Michael Taylor wrapped mannequins and models in electroluminescent (EL) wire and shot them in a blacked out theatre to create images for Luminescence, a new project viewable on Taylor’s website

“This image was derived during the preparation stage,” explains Taylor. “My stylist, Barbara Ann Carville, was wrapping the EL wire around a mannequin when I noticed some interesting shapes and spontaneously shot them. Though not part of any ‘finished’ sequence, it really was an intuition: light revealing itself.”

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