Brigitte Kowanz (1957)

Shift of Meaning

Brigitte Kowanz (1957)

Shift of Meaning

2020 | glass and neon | 60 × 60 × 60 cm

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Ever feel\ndisoriented \u2013 or even lost \u2013 in today\u2019s digitally saturated world? <\/font><\/span><\/p>\n\nBrigitte Kowanz creates that same sensation in\nthis work. She used neon tubes to spell out \u2018shift of meaning\u2019, which is transformed\nand projected in different directions through a series of mirrors mounted inside\nthe glass cube.<\/span><\/font>","

Ever feel disoriented \u2013 or even lost \u2013 in today\u2019s digitally saturated world? Brigitte Kowanz can identify with you. <\/p>

Here she's used neon tubes to spell out 'shift of meaning', which is transformed and projected in different directions through a series of mirrors mounted inside a glass cube. Kowanz has been exploring the relationship between light and space in this way since the 1980s.<\/p>\n<\/span>"]


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