Artist Megan Hershman uses light to construct a work that operates at the intersection of abstraction and materiality.
Dissolving the boundaries between science and artistry, it creates a transcendent environment, one that recalls the celestial
bases of earliest architectures.
And so we end looking up, looking both forward and backward.
—The Berlage Survey of the Culture, Education, and Practice of Architecture and Urbanism
b. 1987 / Miami, Florida
currently residing in New York, NY
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