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'Cornerstone office': Cornerstone Corp. Center
Dan Flavin: at Artnet.
Inspired by the word 'cornerstone' and Untitled (Corner Piece) 1969 on visit to Tate Liverpool, 25 September 2009 (not the piece illustrated above):
Flavin made a number of works intended to be shown in corners, engaging directly with the architecture of the gallery. His use of commonly available fluorescent tubes enabled him to explore light as a non-physical material, animating gallery walls. The size of the work was determined so that the units could be fastened in the centre only, without having to be anchored to the floor. The artist rejected any symbolic significance of the object, insisting that it was simply a form that made good use of a corner.
Question: How many corners are there in Hodges' model?
*Cornerstones: here referring to stakeholders, sponsors, owners, partners, investors, builders, architects, designers...?