From the article published on orlandoweekly.com.
“In the 1990s, Anuszkiewicz began an experimental series called Translumina, adding thin wood strips to a canvas in rigid, careful spacing. They look like the flutes of classical columns, and this architectural reference wasn’t lost on many viewers. Several of his transluminae are in this museum, and these transform color into motion. A square made of four different sets of flutes, each painted in a different color, appears to spin on the wall like a wheel.”
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