NEW WORK: LIGHT INTERSECTIONS for Lyon Housemuseum’s ‘Enter’
LIGHT INTERSECTIONS is a new light installation by artist Ian Strange, commissioned by the Lyon Foundation for the Lyon Housemuseum’s inaugural exhibition ‘Enter’.
LIGHT INTERSECTIONS creates lines of light which break through the old and new museum buildings, appearing to puncture the walls of the external structure and the internal gallery. Placing abstracted perspective lines back into the landscape, the work functions as both an interior gallery work and exterior architectural intervention.
The work was designed in collaboration with OFFICE and Giffin Design, with the support of curator Fleur Watson and Lyon Housemuseum patrons Yueji and Corbett Lyon.
LIGHT INTERSECTIONS is on display from March 16th until August 2019 for ‘ENTER’ alongside new works by artists: Patricia Piccinini, Brook Andrew, Ry David Bradley, Callum Morton, FFIXXED Studios x James Deutsher, Shaun Gladwell, Nova Milne, Kate Mitchell, Dan Moynihan, Baden Pailthorpe, Kenzee Patterson, Esther Stewart, Kynan Tan, Min Wong, and Constanze Zikos.
16 March - 15 July, 2019
Lyon Housemuseum Galleries
217 Cotham Rd
Ticketed exhibition tour via NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) and curator Fleur Watson here
Tour hosted via Vault Magazine here (March 22)
More information on Lyon Housemuseum here
More information on Light Intersections here