"Large Field Array 115"
by sabine7 / October 12, 2007
Large Field Array, an installation by Keith Tyson, is comprised of 230 different sculptures by the artist to make up one “field array”, named after a field of radio telescopes in New Mexico that focuses on a single point from many points of view to result in a clear picture of the universe. Tyson’s sculptures take up about two square feet and are spaced four feet apart and are connected in a variety of ways: visually, psychologically, conceptually, physically, etc. The viewer must pass through them to create his or her own connections and question the notion of individuality in relation to them.


Artist: Keith Tyson
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Large Field Array continues at Pace Wildenstein in New York through October 20.

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