Light Box One (2010)

Sculpture: glass, acrylic, light This piece revolves around the fracturing of memory that can occur after a serious trauma [physical or emotional]. The box houses a projector which shoots downward onto a pane of mirror glass which reflects the video through a shattered car windshield that operates as a distorting intermediary before the final vision is projected onto the ceiling. When approaching the box you view the video in three forms, clarity off the mirror, extreme abstraction at the level of the windshield, and the combination of the two on the ceiling. Spatial Requirements: This piece is best viewed in a dark area, too much light flushes out the contrast of the projection, and the piece is created to interact with its environment [ie the texture of the ceiling it is projected on]. Apart from that I would just need access to a a power source.

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