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Lawrence Weiner Susequently Allowed To Dissipate

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BROUGHT TO LIGHT SUBSEQUENTLY ALLOWED TO DISSIPATE
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Blue text is centered on the button with an parabolic line to the right. Black text circles around the button and there is a black line as the border. The background is pink.

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LAWERENCE WEINER 2011 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANSICO

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This is a button celebrating the installation of Lawrence Weiner's "Brought to Light Subsequently Allowed to Dissipate" mural and artwork in the  Rutter Center building on The University of Southern California's San Francisco campus. The mural is a glowing pink light with a broken arc and the phrase, "Brought to Light" in blue letters. The work is complimented by three steel discs of different diameters inside the plaza next to the building.

Source: Baker, K. (2013, July 21). UCSF public art collection one of SF's most ambitious. San Francisco Chronicle.

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AR0108
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