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upper left in red colored pencil over graphite: "Aleph2"; upper left in graphite: (squared); upper right in graphite vertically: Gallery 65 Corcoran Scale 1/2"=1'; upper center in graphite: 25' / 7 1/2 TOP VIEW mirror / 1' 4 1/2" / RCA / 125 MWN / argon; left center in graphite: 10'3" / 1' 4 1/2" / have both mirrors / on this side start / 6' above floor / Have 3 NeNe behind / mirror in each of the / two coplanar systems; right center in graphite: 23' / BACK DOOR / Both mirrors / on this side / 7' above floor / 9 1/2' / Try to put argon mount above door drill a / hole through wall for shot down through galleries; right center in red ballpoint pen vertically: one lasers (4 [not deciphered] lab) / that goes between all / four mirrors.; lower center in graphite: argon / fan as part of / both "RA" + "Aleph2"; lower right in red ballpoint pen: point of reflection; lower right in graphite: 10' 4" / 10' / 1 x 4 wood frame to which / mirror is mounted / 6' 4" / 6' / consider / BLUE area sprayed on / mirror around points of / Reflection. / 2" / 2" / Bolts into support frame / that allow mirror to be adjusted / R Krebs / 4/69; lower left in graphite: hided

Provenance

the artist, Washington, DC; purchased with funds from the National Endowment for the Arts, the William A. Clark Fund, and Margaret M. Hitchcock by the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, 1974; acquired 2015 by the National Gallery of Art