A favorite in John Pawson’s canon. It’s a rather gracious renovation to the nearly 1,000 years old building — the use of onyx to diffuse light is particularly affecting.
Something about precision is intensely satisfying. Cubes by Lernert & Sander.
Steve Reich, ’67. Anne Teresa de Keersmaeker, ’82
Few things harbor such strong recollections as the lovely Floating into the Night by Lynch, Badalamenti and Cruise.
“Stripped back to its essentials, optical fibre is a thin strand of glass, with nothing more than a flickering beam of light traveling along it. United Visual Artists have used this beam as the starting point for the work.”