1994, Artist's studio, Somerville, MA
Light projects through holes in perforated metal columns, casting delicate shadow patterns onto panels of translucent paper. Shadows distort and extend the geometric shapes, creating a dynamic environment of pattern, form and light.
Galston's primary materials are light and shadow and, in the case of the large work currently in her studio, long rolls of white tracing paper and columns of metal perforated with different patterns. -- Boston Globe READ REVIEWS
Vellum, perforated metal, lights
Dimensions: 12' H x 16' W x 16' L