1985, Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA
Scrim, a translucent cloth, forms physical barriers while allowing light to penetrate. In this minimal environment, suspended floor-to-ceiling walls of scrim fabric create rooms and corridors, lit by bare incandescent bulbs. The piece focuses attention on viewers' shifting perceptions as they move through the space.
Like a cathedral, Galston's current piece, "Overlay," . . . also demands a particular attitude, even a particular speed, from the viewer/participant. But Galston allows more freedom of movement than the cathedral builders did. -- Boston Globe READ REVIEWS