Year of Solar Burns

Sunlight Convergence/Solar Burn John Weber Gallery, New York: 1972
The Substance of Light, Institute of Contemporary Art, University of PA, Philadelphia: 1976
A Year of Solar Burns: 366 days (March 20, 1992-March 20, 1993). Chateau d’Oiron, Oiron, France: Permanent installation. Director, Jean-Hubert Martin. Commissioned by the French Ministry of Culture
MADC 94/09: Diálogos y correspondencias: 2009. Curator: Virginia Pérez-Ratton Day Burns: Solstice to Equinox (1993). Collection: Museo de Arte y Diseño Contemporáneo, Costa Rica Photo: Mariana D. Sáenz

The opposite of the solar spectrum. Here sunlight is focused into a single point of raw power that burns a path across a wooden plank. Portraits of sunlight drawn by the sun itself. Clear days create a broad smoke flare, passing clouds leave unburned interruptions, overcast days produce blank boards.