62” x 14” x 14”, glass & light, 2005
"I can’t believe what my eyes are seeing"
- a museum curator’s response to Sidney Cash's
recent light works.
By directing lights through patterned glass plane "lenses", architectural and graphic imagery is magnified and projected onto flat walls, into corners, and onto ceilings.
Working with the transformative shift in the geometry caused by the light focused through the glass “lens”, to the resulting reflection and shadow upon the wall, has been an exciting process of experimentation and discovery.
"ATOMIC", 56" x 65", glass & light, 2006
I have been patient with this work, giving it the time to develop both technically and aesthetically over the past two years, without trying very hard to market it. Next year, I’m planning to exhibit the work at the International Contemporary Furniture Fair at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York City. This is a showcase market providing products for architects and interior designers.
This work has been featured on MoCoLoCo.com the design website, and will be included in the Corning Museum of Glass’s publication New Glass Review 2006.
"VINES", 78” x 17” x 15”, glass & light, 2006
[installed in a stairwell in a duplex loft]
72 Reservoir Road
Marlboro, NY 12542