Translucence | Tampa Museum of Art

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Translucence reflects on the interplay of color, perception and transparency. Staged over the course of one week, Translucence occurred on two parallel walls of the Morsani Atrium and Lobby. Covering all 48 panels of glass, the installation was visible both inside and out, day and night, engaging viewers in conversation not only with the piece, but with one another in tandem. The work was commissioned for Pavilion XXIX, the Tampa Museum of Art’s premier black-tie gala.

Special thanks to
Co-chairwomen Tilda Brabson and Anderson Wakefield
With generous support by
Jason Kuhn

Transparency prints, Color changing LED lighting

Tampa Museum of Art | Tampa, FL
2014