1983, Kingston Gallery, Boston, MA
A large mirrored floor panel and a suspended mirrored panel interact with computer-controlled light to project brilliant reflected fields. Wavelike clouds of light are continually transformed by the subtle changes in light emitted by four slide projectors. In a loop of slow dissolves, the reflections evolve in color and intensity, evoking fire, clouds or an icy pond.
"Lightwall" is a deceptively simple piece of environmental sculpture that can be transformed by viewer interaction into layers of light that are of dream-like complexity. -- Sojourner READ REVIEWS
Mirrored plexiglas strips, computer-controlled
Dimensions: 12' H x 35' W x 35' L