In Let There Be Light Donald Oenslager considers lighting the scene circa 1947, challenging current trends in lighting and calling for innovations in artistry and craftsmanship. He suggests: Bring back the interpretative power and the abstract beauty of light with you. Summon it forth onto the scene with the artist's sensitivity. Adopt the bold, visionary approach of the painter, the sculptor, and the architect. Handle light with the brush or the chisel or the rule. Conspire with the ...
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