Mary Lucier

Exploring light and landscape as agents of visual perception and memory, Mary Lucier examines 19th-century art historical and literary traditions through the lens of technology. In elegant "pictorial-narrative" works, she investigates the American pastoral myth in "an ironic dialogue between past and present, mundane and poetic, real and ideal." Lucier's metaphoric use of light evokes transcendence and the sublime.   full biography

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2004, 6:57 min, color, sound
 
1987, 25:11 min, color, sound
 
1983, 19 min, b&w, sound
 
2001, 56:30 min, b&w, sound
 
Attention, Focus, and Motion
1975, 26 min, b&w, sound
 
Two Screen Matrix: Air Writing (1974)/Fire Writing (1975)
1979, 18:30 min, b&w, sound
 
Bird's Eye
1978, 10 min, b&w, sound
 
2001, 53 min, color, sound
 
Ohio to Giverny: Memory of Light
1983, 19 min, color, sound
 
Wintergarden
1984, 11:11 min, color, sound
 
Amphibian
1985, 10 min, color, sound
 
Asylum (A Romance)
1986, 11:48 min, color, sound
 
2001, 60 min, color, sound
 
MASS: Between a rock and a hard place
1990, 11 min, color, sound
 
Noah's Raven
1992, 29:03 min, color, sound
 
Summer, or Grief
1998, 7:30 min, color, sound
 
Portrait: John Lado Keni
2000, 15 min, color, sound
 
2002-04, 4:35 min, color, sound
 
 

Titles with or about Mary Lucier

 
 
1990, 27:20 min, color, sound