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H: 51.6 cm, W: 52.7 cm, D: 52.6 cm
Not on Display
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Colorless non-lead polished plate glass; cast, sandblasted, cut. Two-way mirror box constructed of glass and plexi; motor and light fixture enclosed in box base; Plexi-glass cube faced on all interior surfaces with two-way view mirrors; wooden base contains concealed light fixture and turntable which rotates a central circular section of interior base, light is transmitted through narrow space around turning circular section to illuminate three glass "islands" (each comprised of three cut, polished and sandblasted sections that fit together) ringing the circle and positioned on roughly similar sandblasted areas of the mirrored base; unsigned.
Hilton, Eric (British, b. Scotland 1937), Source
Faculty Exhibition
Alfred University