Lynn Augstein (Cobalt Sun) is the designer of experiential, multi-dimensional, cutting edge, light and video art installations, visual environments and atmospheres.
Lynn creates light, color and visual environments and installations for music concerts, stage, theater, dance events, as well as corporate and non-profit organization conferences and gatherings.
Cobalt Sun is continually experimenting, researching, and developing new concepts and designs for public presentation.
Cobalt Sun offers a truly unique, colorful and fresh approach to staging - utilizing fabric and form, transparency, shadow, scale, movement, color, reflection, dimension and textural layers of multi-media images and light and fabric collage.
Illustrated above: Steve Roach at Apache Springs. For a printable document of CobaltSun events and installations from 2001 to 2011, download this PDF file.
Contact Cobalt Sun and Lynn Augstein for color consultation, lighting, theatrical staging and event consultation and design: email@example.com
Lynn Augstein's Cobalt Sun, the studio, began in the early 90's in a room in San Rafael, CA with a 12 foot wide, 8 foot high , 20 foot deep space with six theatrical par cans, a light mixing board and a stereo sound system.
Hours were spent experimenting with color combinations of light, observing visual responses, shadow play and its subsequent emotional impact - accompanied by resonant music.
The next evolution of Cobalt Sun Studio was located in Sausalito, CA from 2003 to 2009. With a much larger space to realize her work, it became an experimental lab for the study of perception.
This new environment incorporated multiple video and light projectors. The combinations of light projections and video projections offered extreme flexibility in creating intentional atmospheres and environments, incorporating light and sound.
The atmosphere inside enabled the visitor to experience a visual and sound world outside of the everyday onslaught of sensorial overload and into a more experiential, calming, and receptive space.
Cobalt Sun Studio hosted several music events, gallery showings, workshops and atmospheric meditations, including staging her own installations, "Reverence" and "Logos." For a complete list see her Artist Bio page.
Sound designer and electronic music artist Dwight Loop was the technical support, sound and music designer for Cobalt Sun Studio. Lynn Augstein would like to acknowledge the support of Dwight Loop, Ray Regan, Peter Hall and Juan Wulff and all who have assisted in bringing bring her vision to the world.
For a printable document of CobaltSun events and installations from 2001 to 2011, download this PDF file