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Untitled (2012.LE) from "...and to draw a bright white line with light", 2012

Photograph

Archival inkjet print. Comes in a slip-cased, signed-and-numbered copy of to draw with light a book by Uta Barth.

10.00 x 10.63 in

25.4 x 27.0 cm

Edition of 100

Signed and numbered by the artist on verso.

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    About The Work

    This photograph is from Uta Barth's series ...and to draw a bright white line with light, in which she captures a ribbon of light traveling across a curtain. The word "photograph" is derived from the Greek words photos, meaning light, and graphos, meaning writing, delineation, or painting, making Barth's beautiful light drawings literal photographs.

    About Uta Barth

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    • This work is printed full bleed as dictated by the artist.
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