Circular Influences II
Strands of taut elastic suspend thirty small fans. The resulting figures are organized into communities by a rotating machine that controls patterns of activation. People tune into the shifting sounds of fans in different on/off combinations, and become aware of spatial volume in the environment. The changing, invisible breezes make the negative space in the work palpably active.
Thesis Exhibition, Katherine E. Nash Gallery, University of MN, 2005
kinetic / electrical immersive environment, 10’h x 12’w x 25’d, as installed