The ‘lightbulb moment’ is an integral part of both artistic and scientific discovery. It’s fitting, then, that a series of images of some very early examples of these objects should feature in a new book examining how creative curiosity is at the heart of both art and science. In Findings On Light, the third title in the PARS Foundation’s ‘Atlas of Creative Thinking’ series published by Lars Müller, the focus is on how artists and scientists alike have attempted to analyse, understand, harness – and work with – light.