of the three official definitions of 'twilight' (civil twilight, nautical twilight and astronomical twilight), the former is defined as; "when the sun is 6 degrees below the horizon. This is the limit at which twilight illumination is sufficient, under good weather conditions, for terrestrial objects to be clearly distinguished; at the beginning of morning civil twilight, or end of evening civil twilight, the horizon is clearly defined and the brightest stars are visible under good atmospheric conditions in the absence of moonlight or other illumination. In the morning before the beginning of civil twilight and in the evening after the end of civil twilight, artificial illumination is normally required to carry on ordinary outdoor activities.
In response to the exhibition series PACIFIC STANDARD TIME ( an attempt to milk further interest out of the tiresomely overexposed 'early Los Angeles art scene'). We are offering as an antidote to this – exciting NEW work by gallery artists that offer a new paradigm - a new way forward for Southern California art .
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