Irwin’s work makes the viewer conscious of the phenomenology of light and the way much of an impact any mediation of it has. Through the tinted glass, the ocean and the palm trees and the strollers on the shore appear subdued. Peer by way of the holes, nonetheless, and you would possibly be confronted with the un-adulterated photons of our raging star and the briny tang of the sea breeze, which slaps you in the face like a moist fish.

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