Elmhurst Art Museum presents the world premiere of Chicago-based artist David Wallace Haskins’ Skycube outside the Museum now through the spring of 2016. A three-ton construction of steel, glass and far infrared light film, Haskins’ 8 x 8 x 8 foot Skycube brings the full vertical dimension of the sky down to the pictorial plane. Seen at eye level through a square aperture cut into the white steel cube, the moving image of the sky is not a digital projection or display—it is the actual three-dimensional sky. Bridging sculpture, architecture and painting, the Skycube is the first public exhibition of Haskins’ groundbreaking work. During the day, atmospheric changes move across the Skycube’s exterior aperture like a living painting continually recreating itself. Walking up to the opening reveals an interior 8 x 8 foot wall appearing as an immersive three-dimensional mural of the sky. In the evening, th

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