Alyson Shotz

American (Arizona, 1969)

The Structure of Light

2008
installation | stainless steel piano wire, silvered glass beads, and aluminum
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  • The Structure of Light

    Alyson Shotz, The Structure of Light, 2008; stainless steel piano wire, silvered glass beads, and aluminum, 120 in. x 120 in. x 198 in. (304.8 cm x 304.8 cm x 502.92 cm); Collection SFMOMA, Accessions Committee Fund purchase; © Alyson Shotz; photo: Ian Reeves


This artwork was featured in New Work: Zilvinas Kempinas, Alyson Shotz, Mary Temple. Learn more about SFMOMA's New Work series.


120 in. x 120 in. x 198 in. (304.8 cm x 304.8 cm x 502.92 cm)
Acquired 2008
Collection SFMOMA
Accessions Committee Fund purchase
© Alyson Shotz
2008.243

Tags

abstract, reflections, curves, wires, loops


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