Stuart Allen, Bubble No. 6, 2014, pigment print on rag paper, ed. /8
Product ID: 7968
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Stuart Allen is a visual artist whose work deals with fundamental elements of perception such as light, time, gravity and space. His photographs, sculpture and installations have been shown throughout the U.S. and abroad and his work is found in many private and public collections. This series exploits an optical phenomenon that occurs when visible light is distorted by the thin film membrane of a soap bubble. Soap bubbles deconstruct daylight, amplifying some wavelengths while canceling others out, creating an array of color that speaks the complexity and mutability of what we see as “white” light.
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23 (W) x 34 (H) in
San Antonio, TX