Professor Corey D’Augustine’s work will be featured in “Behind the Light,” an exhibition of light-based artworks at the Nathan A. Bernstein Gallery November 4, 2010 – January 4, 2011.

“Not only does Behind the Light attempt to trigger a discussion of why artists choose to use light and what it symbolizes for them, but it also takes a closer look at the behind the scenes work that relates to a finished light project the public viewer is most often not privy to. Photographs, maquettes, videos, and drawings are often a crucial part of the process. There is an interdependence that exists among these artworks that provides not only a glimpse into the process of the artist, but also the opportunity for a rare dialogue between the pieces. These smaller and subtler works can and should stand alone as innovative and intriguing in their own right. This exhibition attempts to introduce its visitors to the glory of the work Behind the Light.”

Behind the Light