Learn more about Liquid Light Shows and how to do them via the Tutorials playlist on my Youtube channel:

Liquid Light Lab
is the work of Steve Pavlovsky, a multi-dimensional light artist from New York City. A majority of the work utilizes liquid projection, experimental media, and hand-made organic elements first seen in the Psychedelic Light Shows of the 1960s. Following on the visual music traditions of Kandinsky, Thomas Wilfred, and The Joshua Light Show, Liquid Light Lab invokes the sublime and spiritual. Building upon an analog relationship to Light and Time, Liquid Light Lab has created a living, breathing, visual expression of music, nature, and the human spirit.

Concurrent with live performance and installation, Liquid Light Lab is also a vehicle for public information about Light Shows, and provides tools and guidance to other artists around the world.

Contact: [email protected]

Notable Collaborations Include Work With:

The Offer (Paramount+)
Atlanta (FX)
The Electrical Life of Louis Wain (Amazon)
Nick Mason / Saucerful of Secrets

Paramount (The Offer) 
FX (Atlanta)
Amazon (The Electrical Life of Louis Wain) 
Nick Mason / Saucerful of Secrets (Pink Floyd)

Joshua White (Joshua Light Show)
The New York Public Library
Euphoria (HBO, Hollywood premier)
Serpentine Galleries London
Nature (Science Journal)
Grateful Dead Cornell '77 Mini-Documentary
Columbia Records / Sony Music Group
Rhino Entertainment / Warner Music Group
High Maintenance (HBO)
Woodroffe Bassett Design
Pulse Lighting
Miami Dome (Art Basel Week)
Dunlop / MXR Guitar Pedals
The Butthole Surfers
Von Zipper Eyewear
The Capitol Theater
Austin Psych Fest (Levitation)
Mountain Jam Music Festival
Brooklyn Bowl
Robot Heart
Alex Grey's CoSM
The Center For Holographic Arts
CUNY Advance Science Research Center
CCNY Planetarium
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
International Interior Design Association
Harlem Police Athletic League
Lincoln Center American Craft Fair
Mellow Mushroom Restaurants
Snohetta (Architecture)

LLL has accompanied:

Nick Mason (Pink Floyd)
Phil Lesh and Friends (Grateful Dead)
Oteil Burbridge (Allman Brothers, Dead & Co)
The 13th Floor Elevators
Joe Russo's Almost Dead
Gene Ween
The Zombies
Roky Erickson (13th Floor Elevators)
The War On Drugs
Dead Meadow
Yonder Mountain String Band
The Brian Jonestown Masacre
Primal Scream
The Horrors
The Black Angels
The Jon Spencer Blues Explosion
Zane Kesey and his Merry Pranksters
The New Riders of the Purple Sage
Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk
Melvin Seals & JGB
Chali 2na of Jurassic 5
Break Science
Max Creek
Devon Allman
Kofi Baker


Rolling Stone
Interview, Joshua Light Show 50th Anniversary article

Nature (Science Journal)
Artwork used for feature story 'Cellular Phase Separation'

Blow Up (Italy)
Cover Art for 'A History of Visual Music' issue

Princeton University Chemical and Biological Engineering Department
Press Release, image used with permission

Mainichi Weekly (Japan)

CUNY Advance Science Research Center
Article on a science and art collaboration between Liquid Light Lab, the CCNY Planetarium, and CUNY's ASRC


You Say You Want A Revolution: Remembering the 60s
Projection installation at the New York Public Library Main Branch. On display along with the works of Bob Dylan, Timothy Leary, Aldous Huxley, William S. Burroughs, Tom Wolfe, R. Crumb and other countureculture luminaries.
January 15 - September 1, 2018

Transcendent Light - curation for Light Year, a monthly projection showcase on the side of the Manhattan Bridge in DUMBO
February 2018