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Reader photo: Glow

October 03, 2013|By Dianne de Guzman
  • A piece of Janet Echelman's artwork "The Space Between Us" at Santa Monica's Glow festival is featured in this shot.
A piece of Janet Echelman's artwork "The Space Between Us"… (Nicola Buck )

Art isn't always about viewing paintings on a white gallery wall or sculptures in a garden. Instead, it can be something altogether different. In this case, art at last weekend's Santa Monica's Glow festival used the night sky as its background to spectacular effect.

Photographer Nicola Buck took this photo of Janet Echelman's art piece "The Space Between Us," with festivalgoers wandering below and around the large project. "You could look up, moving around to see the different angles, sometimes into the funnel shapes," Buck wrote in an email. "It felt to me like a combination of being in a large fishing net in the depths of the ocean, in a contemporary circus show and looking at the perfect computer graphic."

For those who missed the Glow festival, more photos can be found here.

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