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Carson Jeffries, Jack Ward, Joe Riccio, Howard Jones and Jim Pennuto

Galleria Carl Van der Voort

Artistically oriented technologists, as well as technologically oriented artists, were represented in the small but diversified selection of machines, electronic devices, optical systems, constructions, and kinetic sculptures which comprised the inventory of an exhibition entitled “Kinetic Light Show” recently presented at the Galeria Carl Van der Voort. Carson Jeffries, a professor of physics (UC, Berkeley) currently collaborating in an interdisciplinary symposium involving relationships between recent developments in physical technology on the one hand, and the graphic, plastic and performing arts, together with new concepts of environmental design, on the other, demonstrated a wide range of technological versatility in two contrasting exhibits. The more appealing of these was his Laser I, a pair of moving light images projected onto the gallery walls from a box housing a one-milliwatt

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