Roy Thurston

Long Island, New York 1949

Photo courtesy Roy Thurston

The geometry of the groove creates optical effects which are always different according to how light reflects upon them. Something similar to a gramophone record, from which one obtains the infinite range of sounds of a symphony with minimum variations in the barely visible grooves, happens with Thurston's grooves.

Rosa Giovanna Magnifico Panza di Biumo and PanzaCollection would like to thank the artist, the family and the institutions for granting image publishing.