Monday, December 15, 2014

Transparent hues and reflecting panels...

          At the Morgan Library and Museum in NYC an installation by Spencer Finch,

          Transforming a clear glass cube into an environmental stained glass quilt.

      It doesn't look quite real, almost like a Photoshop experiment with colors and layers...

      A second look doesn't resolve it, as there are also clear glass panels hanging from the ceiling,
      moving, reflecting from all directions....

a delightful abstract world,
embedded with bits of reality, like collages ...

             Windows outside are turned into staccato patterns -

            Inside, jeweled treasures find a competing - or complementary? light.

Spencer Finch at the Morgan through August 23, 2015

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  1. how pretty and unique. I bet the hanging glass panels reflect alot of light.

  2. Wow! I could spend all day sitting in there checking out the reflections. Thanks for sharing.

  3. I would either love it there or hate it there... depends. I have OCD, and not sure how it would make me react. Abstract has a way off being off-putting to some with my condition, though at times it hasn't. I would just have to be there.

  4. What wonderful photos you captured through the colored glass!


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