Terminal E

October 6, 2006 - May 17, 2007 

Since the mid-1970's, Lynne Clibanoff has been inspired by architectural interiors. Throughout her career, she has focused on small-scale box constructions that typically feature empty rooms with minimal detail except for archways, stairs, and windows. They are mysteriously vacant of furnishings and personal belongings. There are lights that remain on but the source is never attainable. The small scale allows the viewer to visually walkthrough and explore. It is natural to move from side to side in an attempt to discover what is upstairs or around the corner. Clibanoff's sculpture embraces the imagination with their emptiness and uncanny familiarity.