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    • The Cocktail Party

    • Skogland, Sandy (1946- )
    • The Cocktail Party
    • Altered space with figures. Installation with cheese snacks epoxied to surfaces of furniture and sculptured human figures
    • Furniture; Cheese snacks; Sculptures
    • The Cocktail Party

    • Skogland, Sandy (1946- )
    • The Cocktail Party
    • Altered space with figures. Installation with cheese snacks epoxied to surfaces of furniture and sculptured human figures
    • Color photography; Cibachrome print; Furniture; Cheese snacks; Sculptures
    • Humongolous

    • Hawkinson, Tim (1960- );
    • Humongolous
    • A map charting all the surfaces of the artist's skin that he could see directly. Starting with his left hand, he gridded off his palm and depicted it. He then wound up his hand, arm, and across the rest of his body. Mapping the body.
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    • Light-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Light-Raum Modulator
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 colored bulbs. These flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2 minute cycle, throwing moving light patterns on to nearby surfaces.
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    • Light-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Light-Raum Modulator
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 colored bulbs. These flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2 minute cycle, throwing moving light patterns on to nearby surfaces.
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    • Licht-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946);
    • Licht-Raum Modulator
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 coloured bulbs. These flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2-minute cycle, throwing moving light patterns onto near by surfaces
    • Steel and plexiglas
    • Licht-Raum Modulator

    • Moholy-Nagy, Laszlo (1895-1946)
    • Licht-Raum Modulator
    • The revolving sculpture was attached by a motor in its base to more than 100 colored bulbs, these flashed at and through the sculpture in a 2-minute cycle, throwing light patterns onto nearby surfaces
    • Steel, Plexiglas

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