By SPENCER BECKWITH
KUNM Live From The University Of New Mexico
His iridescent shapes float in 3-dimensional space, an exploration of the mysteries of light. “Some people, it puts them in a state of almost infancy,” says August Muth of his holographic art. “They can’t resist the temptation to touch the light.” The Santa Fe artist’s latest works are on view through November 9 at the Canyon Road gallery, OTA Contemporary.
Gallery visitors, says Muth, “experience something they don’t experience normally: light in space. ‘How can this blue rectangle exist in space? Where is it? I have to touch it.’ ”