Over the course of his 30-year career, Dutch artist Peter Bremers has become known internationally as a true master of kiln-cast glass, employing reductive forms that arouse his viewers’ sensitivity to space and perception in graceful, nonverbal poems about light, color and form. In Positive Space, Bremers investigates the symbolic and metaphoric possibilities inherent in matters of volume and space, as well as the capacity of glass to hold light. Bremers centers his attention in particular on what distinguishes glass as a sculptural media: its transparency, which allows viewers to look not only at its surface, but also within and through it. In many of these works, Bremers incorporates an inner space, which occurs when a glass form has both an outer shell and an inner shell. Here, this creates the impression of liminal, incorporeal forms nestled within enveloping colored light.