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Janet Echelman Installation, “1.26,” Denver Art Museum (2010)*

Artist/Designer: Janet Echelman

Project Location: Denver, United States

Figure 1: Janet Echelman, "1.26", Denver, Colorado. Source: E-Flux. 2010, Digital Image. ( Source | Accessed : September 26, 2013 | Photographer: Courtesy of E-Flux )


Primary Material(s):
Textile, Light


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Significant Date(s):
21st Century, 2010

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Publications/Texts in Print-

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Building Address:
Denver Art Museum
100 W 14th Ave Pkwy, Denver, CO 80204

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Significant Dates:
Echelman drew inspiration from the February 2010 Chile Earthquake. The installation was first exhibited at the Denver Art Museum to commemorate the inaugural Biennial of the Americas from July 6 - August 6, 2010.

Associated Projects:
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia - Installation exhibited September-October, 2011
Amsterdam Stopera, Amsterdamn, The Netherlands - Installation exhibited December 2012 - January 2013
Marina Bay, Singapore - Installation exhibited in 2014
Quartier des Spectacles Jardin Gamelin, Montreal, Canada - Installation exhibited 2015-2017
Jan Palach Square, Prague - Installation exhibited in 2015
Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile - Installation exhibited in 2016
The Hub, Shanghai, China - Installation exhibited in 2017

1.26, Chile, Earthquake, Denver, Biennial, Fiber, Spectra fiber, Light, Glowing, Installation

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