Light Work - China: In glowing terms

31 May 2016 - 10:05 By Mary Corrigall

There are probably few museum shows inspired by glow sticks. Even more unlikely is an exhibition made from the throwaway plastic tubes.Artist Marcus Neustetter has a habit of confounding the usual logic. Of course, the tubes would only glow for a limited period, so he had to make a plan.Nevertheless the logic that drives him is poetic, aesthetically informed but also politically and socially inclined.

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