One of the pioneers of the transformation of scientific thought into art since the 1960s, Lijn traverses the regions of light, sound, movement, performance, text, video and object; her explorations have taken myriad forms. This book accompanies the exhibition "Liliane Lijn: Light and Memory" in Umbertide, Italy in Novemember 2002, and also features essays by distinguished curators and writers Hilary Spurling, Enrico Mascelloni and Lara-Vinca Masini
Liliane Lijn is an internationally renowned light artist. Her work was featured in the recent, very successful Hayward Gallery show 'Force Fields: Phases of the Kinetic'.
A surrealist sensibility; the portraits - Paris 1929-32, New York and Egypt 1932-37, England and the South of France 1937-39, the war and its aftermath 1939-45, friends at home and abroad 1946-77.
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