In Passing

Chris Fraser’s work "In Passing" isolates and brings attention to the miraculous and mysterious qualities of light as it moves through architecture—powerful forces that usually go unnoticed in a space.

His site specific, large scale structures act as modified camera obscuras, producing room sized abstract canvases painted with refracted streaks of light.

POTD 20190802 | Installation by Chris Fraser


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