May 16, 2005

Lillian Lijn

What a brilliant exhibition! (Mead gallery)

Lillian Lijn was inspired by the techology of the 1960s to produce works that are still totally beguiling 40 years later.

If you love the Koan, and who wouldn't, you will be blown away by her other works. For a lunchtime meditation sit and watch her softly lit spheres gently prerambulating around their acrylic discs …. magic!


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  1. John Dale

    I was going to write something saying more-or-less the same thing. Sarah Shalgosky told me that you could have bought one of those spheres-on-disc works for £18 when they were first made! I'd have snapped one up in a heartbeat, except that I was, er, two at the time.

    16 May 2005, 15:03

  2. Lets re-instate the SU Cone Worshipping Society. Apparently, they would sit cross legged around it and echo its humming sound.

    Here's some pictures and info about White Koan (but with no worshippers),

    16 May 2005, 16:13


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