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Acrylic rods, holographic vinyl | 2017
Referencing the rods and cones in eyes that are responsible for perception of light and color, viewers experience drastically changing colors made from holographic vinyl enhanced with acrylic rods as they move around the work. The colors range from soft and ghostly to saturated and radiant.
12 x 12 inches
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Q. What motivates you?
A. A desire to see my ideas come to existence, innate impulses...
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Alexis Arnold's sculptures, installations, and mixed-media 2D artworks explore the subjective perception and experience of light, space and color, geology, and the visualization of time. She has exhibited at Crystal Bridges Museum, Aspen Art Museum, Art on Paper, and the Bay Area Discovery Museum and is in the SFMOMA permanent collection. Arnold has also been featured in WSJ, designboom, Apartment Therapy, Colossal, and Hi-Fructose.
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