Black Light: An Environment for Textiles

July 2006
Surface Design Journal;Summer2006, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p52
Trade Publication
The article features an interview with Thomas E. J. Klasen, a free-lance curator and an art dealer. When asked to describe the Black Light Art, he explains that Black Light Art offers the possibility to create besouled art of a new form never seen before. He added that Black Light Art's main pioneer is James Turrel, who was a test pilot for NASA. Lastly, he states that people wish to see visions and perspectives and Black Light Art has these to offer, including UV-art.


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