Hanging Sculpture and its Shadows

Floating and falling are unconscious themes in a lot of the art we saw at the DeYoung…


3 thoughts on “Hanging Sculpture and its Shadows

  1. What an interesting display–a reminder that most of the time we concentrate on the image we get when light bounces back to us from an object. How nice to be reminded to consider the image formed by the negative of that phenomenon: shadow. At a museum in Corpus Christi, Texas, one artist adhered shapes to the building’s window glass and let the shifting natural sunlight cast his “art” onto the floor. As a poet, I am delighted when artists ask me to look and then look again!

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