Quote Originally Posted by Jim Chinn View Post
They are minimalist in that the components of the flourescent lighted works consist of simple color and form. I think her work is currently being shown along with Dan Flavin neon sculptures somewhere in NYC.

For those not familiar with Flavin, he is considered one of the major minimalist influences from the 1960s.

here is an example of his work for anyone interested.
http://www.artseensoho.com/Art/LEOCA...98/flavin.html
EXCEPT - that flavin's work MIGHT be considered Minimal-ISM only through the 'minimal' use of material in his medium of choice. I see this work as being more about graphics maybe... about line and form. There's certainly a 'performance' or 'ritual' aspect that complicates any discussion of it though.