light in edgewATER

 

Sculpture: Laser-cut and engraved acrylic, transparencies. 2013 - 15.

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Light in Edgewater is the first project in the Edgewater Oriented Ontology body of work. It began with meditative photography walks through the the Edgewater neighborhood in Chicago exploring technology, the human body, and nature. The resulting digital pinhole and macro images were printed on transparencies and adhered to laser-cut acrylic tetrahedrons that were laser-engraved with physics formulas of light. 

 
 A view of the bottom of a tetrahedron.

 A view of the bottom of a tetrahedron.

An early project exercise using digital pinhole images exclusively. 

Cutting the transparency to fit the tetrahedron.

Cutting the transparency to fit the tetrahedron.

A finished tetrahedron with a macro image.

A finished tetrahedron with a macro image.