“Presence of Light”

Beth Galston, Ice Forest, 2000-2003. Urethane resin and monofilament, 8 x 8 x 4 ft. In the early 1960s sculpture went electric. Dan Flavin’s assemblages of linear fluorescent light tubes, arranged as pillars or box constructions, transformed the medium of sculpture from mass into luminescence, competing with painting’s ability to model light with color.

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