Lights On At Crystal Bridges

Gallery talk considers ‘intersection between art and science’

Posted: November 16, 2012 at 2:53 a.m.

Long before it was considered art, light fascinated everyone who saw it. First it was fire, says Sara Segerlin, public programs coordinator for Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, then cityscapes aglow with manmade light, then neon signs that turned the desert into an amusement park called Las Vegas.

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