About the artwork
The piece, as a reflective device, is the result of a juxtaposition of materials: one row of neon light glass tubes in between two mirrors, one being a one-way mirror, where the viewer can experience a long repetitive reflection as a tunnel full of lights vanishing on the horizon. The frame of the work is a ready-made aluminum window, fabricated on the assembly line with the typical standard size used in most buildings all over the US.
Ivan Navarro has generously donated his artist fee, paid by Absolut Art, to The Equal Justice Initiative.
About Ivan Navarro
Iván Navarro was born in Santiago, Chile, where he grew up during the dictatorship of General Augusto Pinochet. Navarro’s experiences under the regime continue to fuel his examination of electric energy and sound as symbols and tools of power. Navarro’s unique and captivating use of light, music and sculptures transfor...More about Ivan Navarro
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