I always find this light installation at the Indianapolis
Museum of Art to be intriguing.
The fluorescent tubes exist both as an artwork
and as illumination in the museum's atrium;
since it was found that bright, artificial light contributes
to the deterioration of delicate works, light in all
the galleries has been substantially dimmed.
This is especially true in the Asian art galleries,
where the galleries are so dark I wonder
whether it's okay for me to be in there.