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Everything Must Go

Everything Must Go

Glow sticks, zip ties, laser-cut acrylic, hardware_16” x 32” x 6”_2016

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Always Fresh

Always Fresh

Glow sticks, zip ties, laser-cut acrylic, hardware_24” x 30” x 6” _2015

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Pay Later

Pay Later

Glow sticks, zip ties, laser-cut acrylic, hardware_24” x 30” x 6” _2015

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Black Friday

Black Friday

Glow sticks, zip ties, laser-cut acrylic, hardware_24” x 30” x 6” _2016

Glow Stick Neons use single-use, chemiluminescent glow sticks as a trompe l’oiel for commercial neons commonly used in contemporary art.  First appropriated by early Conceptualists like Joseph Kosuth and Bruce Nauman, neons have now become a staple in the contemporary museum. Since the glow sticks in Glow Stick Neons are single-use, they can only be shown once in their 'lit' form. After the effect of the temporary glow is spent, they are displayed 'dead' from then onward.