Elizabeth king

How have sculptors depicted the eye, across the history of art?  While the representation of light and reflection is central to the history of painting, sculpture had inventive strategies to imitate the live and active substance of the eye. Elizabeth King, Senior Professor of Sculpture at Virginia Commonwealth University, will present the arc of historical sculptural investigations that merge with the long quest to understand how the eye works from the optics and the physiology of vision, to the riddle of how the eye transforms light into perception.



About leonardodeluzio

Leonardo De Luzio is an Independent animator and artist. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in the Film/Animation/Video department.
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