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Anthony McCall Makes Intangible Sculptures Strikingly Bright

 - May 5, 2012
References: anthonymccall & designboom
New York-based artist Anthony McCall created a luminous art installation entitled 'Five Minutes of Pure Sculpture.'

Held at the Museum Für Genenwart in Berlin, Germany, the art installation portrays a solid light effect that illuminates a dark, 1,000 square foot room. The light beams strongly contrast in the darkened gallery space, and they are made by introducing streams of light from a slither of open space.

The light fixtures are beamed downwards where vertical and horizontal luminescent lines form on flat surfaces. Anthony McCall assembles a 10 meter installation that shoots curvaceous lines onto the floor and walls to create drastic light effects. Viewers can see the heavily dense light rays between the projector and flat surfaces.
Photo Credits: designboom, anthonymccall