Sunday, 20 May 2012

Point of Entry

^Soto, Jesús Rafael, Blue Penetrable BBL. Photograph by Author, at the Hirshhorn Museum, Washington DC


Click the ISSUU link below for a post by Corbin Keech on the exhibition Suprasensorial.


"Created between the late 50’s and mid-70’s the pieces accurately reflect a tumultuous period of global change in both society and design, where upheaval and destabilization were the norm. More specifically, they reveal color’s innate functionality as a reference tool and container of meaning. Their collective message is equally poignant today - dehumanized cities must be reconsidered, the public is worthy of meaningful communal experiences, and color is an agile and powerful tool in the effort to stitch together society’s disparate components."


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