Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Dan Flavin untitled

Dan Flavin is one of the few artists that can be identified by the medium he uses. After 1963, almost all of Flavin's work was composed of light, in the form of fluorescent tubes in ten different colors and five different shapes. Above is an example of his work found in the Beacon Dia, where it is just three red florescent lights stacked upon eachother, hovering in space.  I love the simplicity of it, and the fact that he doesn't choose to name it. 

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