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    Phillip K Smith III, Lucid Stead (photo by Steven King Photography). This light installation in the desert (near Joshua Tree, CA) transforms a 70-year-old abandoned homesteader shack with light & mirrors. "During the day, the structure reflects its surroundings through mirrors placed in both the shack’s openings and some of the boards on the walls." At sunset, light seeps from the shack.

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    Lucid Stead - Art Installation in the Californian Desert. See more at #LucidStead #CalifornianInstallation #art #installation #desertart


    Lucid Stead, Phillip K. Smith III Art Installation in Joshua Tree, California ©Steven King. TENMAG Magazine May 2014

  • Tina D

    lucid stead by phillip k smith III transparent cabin wood and glass joshua tree national park (9) 'Lucid Stead' is a light based project by Phillip K Smith III in the desert landscape of Joshua Tree, California. A run down cabin is transformed with mirrors and LED lighting and completely changes form as day turns to night

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