1990, Massachusetts College of Art,
Viewers journey on pathways through a multi-layered environment of suspended screen panels and shadows. As people walk through the dimly lit space, they experience a sequence of continually shifting views. Industrial materials and architectural forms soften to suggest an outdoor landscape.
Environmental sculptor Beth Galston's installation "Pathways" at the Massachusetts College of Art's Huntington Gallery brings right-angled geometry into the third dimension. -- Boston Globe READ REVIEWS
Aluminum screen, aluminum bar,
perforated metal, wood
Dimensions: 12' 9" H x 22' W x 44' L