Light installations by Yochai Matos. Tel Aviv, Israel.
Does this impose too much on Flavin’s work?
Reminds me of Dan Flavin, just less abstract. I like it.
Using the same medium doesn’t mean someone is imposing on another artists work. The work isn’t the materials used, it’s how they are used.
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I think Austin is right. And besides, being inspired by an artist makes art evolve. And i think it was about time someone used neons again :)
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