Light and reflection at Bob H. Miller art exhibit
This interview is from SDPB's daily public-affairs show, In the Moment, hosted by Lori Walsh.
Bob. H. Miller calls his new exhibit a "non-traditional gallery experience." The South Dakota artist has a new show at the Dahl Art Museum using Scotchlite, the same reflective material used on traffic signs. Viewers are invited to walk around a darkened gallery using flashlights. The pieces of art reflect the light and glow in the dark.
Dahl Hours are 10am-5pm Monday-Saturday. Admission is free.
Miller's reflecto-work was used as imagery on the utility box at the corner of 10th and Phillips avenue in Sioux Falls.
You can also see his photo and read more about his story in the current issue of South Dakota Magazine.