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Frankie Boyle is a neurodivergent, UK-based light artist who merges scientific inquiry with creative expression. Armed with her knowledge of physics, colour theory and the psychology of perception, Frankie's work explores the psychological and emotional impact of light; creating immersive installations that take viewers on journeys of self-discovery. Boyle's deep understanding of the role of light role in communication, cognitive processing and wellbeing informs her work.

My fascination with light and how we connect with it has become my main drive and passion in life. Harnessing the essence of that response is the focus in my work. Through my light research, I have learnt to create artworks that allow us to stop, pause and be present with our emotions, with the understanding of how light is perceived and processed by our brains.



Light enriches our lives and with light comes vision, wellbeing and life. I want to utilise light in a way that creates hope, tranquillity, curiosity and reflection within communities for restorative communal health. Through my journey with light, I have continued to learn and be influenced by the dynamic effect, strength, and importance it has on our mental health, human behaviour and wellbeing.

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