Reverse Painted Glass: Science Museum IMAX Theatre

Made:
2000 in Canada
artist:
Paulus Tjiang

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Painting. Reverse Painted Glass: Science Museum IMAX Theatre, by Paulus Tjiang 2000. Oil pastel, glitter pen, acrylic? and black, handpainted in multiple layers of reverse images on handblown glass; irregular shape, overall 40x53x5cm. Signed and inscribed by artist on reverse base. Commissioned and presented by the Imax Corporation upon the opening of the Science Museum IMAX Cinema, June 2000. Imagery includes: museum title and logo; date 2000; large IMAX projector; film strip, canisters [or field flatteners] and projection box; audience, some wearing 3D spectacles; large sunburst, representing opening film Solarmax, also symbol celebrating new dawn of this Millennium project; world into pod reminiscent of London Eye

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
2001-760
type:
glass painting
credit:
IMAX Corporation

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