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Brooklyn-based Alyson Shotz creates artworks that bring to life the invisible forces of nature. One of her installations at the Indianapolis Museum of Art, called Geometry of Light, is composed of hand-cut plastic Fresnel lenses (a type of lens originally developed for lighthouses) interspersed with glass beads and strung on stainless steel wires. Alyson Shotz’ works will be on display from now till January 6, 2013. via

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    Geometry of Light Artist: Alyson Shotz Materials: Hand-cut plastic Fresnel Lenses, glass, bread, stainless steel wires
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