Flit (cover), by the American sculptor Lee Bontecou (1931- ), is a wall relief sculpture made of strips of sooty fabric stretched over an iron frame. In the center of the sculpture is a hole lined with black velvet. The form of the sculpture is abstract, allowing viewers to read into it their own, perhaps unsettled thoughts and feelings. A free-floating sense of uneasiness was characteristic of the 1950s and 1960s when Bontecou's series of fabric-and-iron wall reliefs, including Flit, was made.
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