“Parallels”, a splendid new sculpture by Barbara Kasten, is the impetus of a series of new photographic and photo-sculptural work. The floor-based work combines seven neon fluorescent square-prisms into a Mikado-like arrangement that is simultaneously precarious and yet completely balanced. It inspires a series of photographs where sharp-angled acrylic forms are affixed to the picture surface – elegantly melding photography and sculpture. Reversing her life-long practice of converting three-dimensional space onto a two-dimensional plane, Kasten, at 81 years, proves that she still is one of the eminent fountainheads at the crux between architecture and art. At Bortolami through October 21.