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( In­quiry Game: Strike The Of­fi­cers), 1971, Julio Le Parc “All my work in­vites view­ers to feel free to in­ter­act, with their own per­son­al­ity, their own vi­sion, and their own feel­ings, not im­posed by me. The ideal spec­ta­tor is the most free, most open, least con­di­tioned. The most im­por­tant thing for me is that brief mo­ment of in­ter­con­nec­tion,” ex­plains Julio Le Parc of the in­stal­la­tions in his first ma­jor ex­hi­bi­tion at the Ser­pen­tine Sack­ler Gallery. Known for us­ing pro­jected, mov­ing, and re­flected light to cre­ate oth­er­worldly works of art, Le Parc’s de­sire to bend the imag­i­na­tion has won him many fans. Un­til Fe­bru­ary 15. www.ser­pen­tine­gal­

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