'Fire and Light' in Fitchburg

“   Plusquamperfect   ’’    (‘‘Past Perfect Participle’’) ( oil and fire on canvas), in the show “Fire and Light: Otto Piene in Groton, 1983-2014,’’ at the Fitchburg Art Museum, Feb. 9-June 2.      —    Photograph © Ante Glibota.     The gallery says:    “‘Fire and Light’ presents the work of the late internationally renowned artist, Otto Piene (1928-2014) , focusing on artworks created when the German-borne artist lived in Groton, Mass.     “Piene's relentless exploration of light, fire and air led to groundbreaking achievements in art and technology   . ‘   Fire and Ligh   t’    offers a rare opportunity for visitors to experience Piene's immersive artworks and contemplate Piene's vision and practice.’’

Plusquamperfect’’ (‘‘Past Perfect Participle’’) ( oil and fire on canvas), in the show “Fire and Light: Otto Piene in Groton, 1983-2014,’’ at the Fitchburg Art Museum, Feb. 9-June 2.


Photograph © Ante Glibota.

The gallery says:

“‘Fire and Light’ presents the work of the late internationally renowned artist, Otto Piene (1928-2014) , focusing on artworks created when the German-borne artist lived in Groton, Mass.

“Piene's relentless exploration of light, fire and air led to groundbreaking achievements in art and technology. ‘Fire and Light’ offers a rare opportunity for visitors to experience Piene's immersive artworks and contemplate Piene's vision and practice.’’