Vasa Velizar Mihich
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Born in Yugoslavia, Vasa was a member of the faculty at the University of Belgrade. Upon arrival in Los Angeles, Vasa began working with three-dimensional painted constructions. In 1967, Vasa began working with plastic. Interested in placing color in open space, he began to use clear plastic as a structural support for different planes of transparent color. Vasa has been professor of Design at UCLA. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
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