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Playing with perceptions of space

Erwin Redl's installation ''Fade'' fills the walls of the Huret and Spector Gallery at Emerson College with light from red diodes. Erwin Redl's installation ''Fade'' fills the walls of the Huret and Spector Gallery at Emerson College with light from red diodes.
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / October 22, 2008

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Being inside Erwin Redl's "Fade: A Light Installation" at Emerson College is like being sealed within a virtual world. The pinpoints of red lights floating over the walls in the darkness suggest that they're not walls at all, just veils of light. (Full article: 801 words)

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