The Victoria & Albert Museum switches on Brilliant, its first contemporary lighting exhibition, on 12 February. Nine installations by the likes of Tord Boontje, Ron Arad and Berjan Pot (pictured) will dominate half the show, while the other half will feature a room ‘completely covered’ with domestic lights, says a museum spokeswoman. V&A Publications will launch Brilliant: Lights and Lighting by Jane Pavitt on 9 February to coincide with the exhibition.
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