Bruce Nauman is an extremely versatile artist and works in a variety of media, including sculpture, photography, video, performance and drawing. He is also widely known for working in neon. His work encompasses Post-Minimalism, Process Art, and Performance Art. Now living in New Mexico, American Nauman began his professional career in the 1960s by exhibiting at galleries in New York and Los Angeles. By the next decade, inspired by his dreams, he began his renowned “Dream Passage” series of work. The early 1970s also saw him create “Changing Light Corridor with Rooms”, a piece that consisted of a long corridor with rooms coming off it lit by changing lighting.