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I’ve become curious about how individuals would feel when they could not get to see familiar objects any longer. Incandescent lamps have been forgotten among people. They are replaced with the other things due to some logical reasons, and regulations have kept them from being produced in more numbers. Well, I did not use incandescent lamps that much. Although I did not cherish them that much, I am giving my farewell to those who are becoming hard to be found.
VENUE & SUPPORT
GENTLE MONSTER, QUANTUM
ARTNET Devices, Incandescent lamps x 78
Frame made of wood waste
That's gorgeous! I'm one of those old fogies that have very romantic associations with bare-filament tungsten lights from carnivals, strings of lights along lakes, and of course Byron the Bulb. The rough-hewn wood is a wonderful texture for the light, and commentary on the age of tungsten technology. I would love to see it in person.
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