December 17, 2020

Talk with Window Art Creators Ben Seretan & GraceLee Lawrence on

Gracelee Lawrence and Ben Seretan are in conversation about their window installation at the Bach Library in Albany. The name of the piece is “A Beneficent Fluid Bathes Us”, a window installation of over 160 feet of, shapes that call to mind rivers, waterfalls, hydroelectric power, and microscopic life forms in color-changing thin. Recently relocated to Troy, the new collaborative studio, “Eight Plums” combines the sculptures words and music, and are here in converstion with Andrea Cunliffe about their work. .

As part of Albany Public Library’s new initiative, Creative Curbsides, creating bright, colorful art installations in the front-facing windows of the libraries. Benjamin and GraceLees’ work is at the great windows of the Albany Public Library’s Bach Branch 455 New Scotland Ave, Albany, NY 12208 from December 19th Until March 2021.

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