The Museum building will become the armature for two site-specific interior glass installations by sculptor Daniel Clayman, representing the first time that the Museum itself is essential to the invention of an artist’s concept. Drawing on his background as a theater designer, Clayman creates a stage for filtered light. Hundreds of glass tiles strung together will create transparent three-dimensional color fields. These glass “curtains” act as a lens projecting and bending light, while the color of the glass acts as a filter, changing the color of the space and projecting pattern onto the “stage.” Outdoors, three of Clayman’s glass boulders will be on view.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.