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Uploaded on Oct 5, 2011
Curator Daniel F. Hermann introduces sculptor and writer Josiah McElheny's exhibition: The Past is A Mirage I'd Left Behind.
Seven large-scale, mirrored sculptures are arranged as multiple reflective screens for displaying abstract films, selected by a group of invited collaborators and programmed to change throughout the year. The sculptures reflect and refract the projected film selection, saturating the whole gallery and visitors in images and light. Refracted, distorted and multiplied, the moving images explore how abstraction is used to depict an image of visual enlightenment.