Artist Dick Esterle created More Light for the Museum in 2008. He uses basic geometric forms and mathematical pattern to create a colorful and lyrical installation that captures light and redefines space. Made entirely of paper clips and surveyors tape, the installation creates visual appeal complementary to your space. Located in the Museum’s Post Office Building, the ribbons appear to be hanging in midair.
The installation consists of 840 pink and orange streamers of surveyor's flagging tape, each 28' long and suspended in a 28'x28'x28' grid configuration. The streamers hang from a series of chain linked paper clips - 9,800 in all.
This is a site specific commissioned work of art.
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