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Frankie Boyle is a neurodivergent, UK-based experiential artist who designs, builds, and creates installations and experiences that take audiences on emotional journeys of discovery. Combining scientific inquiry with creative expression, Boyle's work is informed by her extensive knowledge of physics, colour theory, and the psychology of perception. Her installations delve into the psychological and emotional impact of light, guiding viewers through immersive experiences that foster self-discovery.

Boyle's fascination with light and human connection to it has become the central drive and passion in her life. She harnesses the essence of this response in her work, creating artworks that encourage people to stop, pause, and engage with their emotions. Her deep understanding of how light is perceived and processed by the brain enhances her ability to craft these experiences.

Light enriches lives, bringing vision, wellbeing, and vitality. Boyle aims to use light to create hope, tranquillity, curiosity, and reflection within communities, promoting restorative communal health. Throughout her journey with light, she continues to learn and be influenced by its dynamic effects, strength, and significance on mental health, human behaviour, and overall wellbeing.

Frankie Boyle

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