Encodings in Space and Time is an immersive large-scale installation influenced by gravitational physics, information theory, and 18th century Parisian lantern design.
I find it rewarding to switch between the digital and the physical, letting one inform the other. In this case, I managed to capture patterns representative of the unique conditions under which hand-crafted ice spheres are frozen. These patterns are unpacked as the ice spheres thaw, and become apparent as droplets fall from the ceiling into glass vessels, triggering lights hidden underneath.
To hear me speak about this project, check out this interview.