Portland, Oregon 1947
Self-portrait / Courtesy Hap Tivey
Hap Tivey, Visual Corridor/Physical Corridor, 1977. This installation presents a dialogue between the eye’s experiences in light as vicarious events with accompanying expectations and phisically corroborated expectations. One space may be observed but not entered; another may be observed by entering. One must be examined remotely by projecting physical presence; another examined interiorly. Panza Collection, Mendrisio. Photo Alessandro Zambianchi, Milano
Hap Tivey, Dialogue of Thirds, 1987. Installation with light. One enters a long hall. One side of the hall is divided into alternate squares of wall and opening. Each of the four openings is an entrance to another room. Across the hallway from each opening is a rectangle of luminous scrim. The colors and dimensions of the rectangle of light vary in each room. Panza Collection, Mendrisio. Photo Alessandro Zambianchi, Milano
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