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Helen Pashgian, Light sculpture

"Light Invisible" is an experiential space: 12 two-part acrylic columns bisect a darkened room, illumined by light above, which diffuses a soft glow throughout. The lights slowly fade up and down, somewhat resembling a time-lapse video of the day turning into night and back again, never filling the room entirely with light, instead leaving an inky darkness around the periphery of the space. The works draw attention to light and its absence, providing experience perhaps akin to wading through the dark matter between stars.

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