1988, MIT Media Lab, Cambridge, MA
Sited in a four story experimental theater, this sculpture consists of five thirty-foot tall scrim columns and an overhead fabric canopy stretched on a network of cables. In changing theater light, the forms evoke stone ruins, tree trunks or a dappled forest. The multimedia performance was a collaboration with Ellen Sebring, video/sound and Sarah Skaggs, dance.
Galston's lighting creates a turquoise pool for Skaggs to dive into and a dappled forest for her to explore -- Boston Globe READ REVIEWS
Scrim, steel pipe, cables, plexiglas, hardware,
Dimensions: 46' 6" H x 61' W x 62' L