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Light: Works from the Tate's Collection honours the body and its sensations – this is art which is meant to be felt

By Dominic Redfern, Associate Professor, RMIT University
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Review: Light: Works from The Tate’s Collection, ACMI

The first room of Light: Works from The Tate’s Collection at Melbourne’s ACMI, begins, cannily, at the end of the Enlightenment – the period of the 17th and 18th centuries characterised by the emergence of the scientific method and the decline of the power of religious thinking.

Beginning in the 18th century and winding up with work from the 21st, it is a show of some 70 works that surveys the many ways…The Conversation

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