Light Installation Art

an exploration into dichroic films and stained glass, using the sun

and everyday practicals as light sources

sundial: rgb and dichroic

Two scaled model of a public art proposal of a 12 ft. tall transparent sundial in both dichroic and RGB stained glass that allows visitors projected colors and time. 

RGB stained glass paint on plexiglass; dichroic film on plexiglass

model scale is 1/4"=1'

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stained glass mountains

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Model of the Grand Tetons at sunset, separated into layers, based on depth of mountain ravines. 

Yellow, orange, red stained glass painted acrylic sheet; glued to wood base.

Model 1 measures 10"L 10"W 4"H; Model 2 measures 14"L 4"W X 6"H

dichroic infinity lightbox

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Dichroic infinity box, programmed with Arduino to adjust output of LED based on presence of ambient light. 

Two plexi glass cubes, form core base, arduino with ambient light sensor and LED.

outer dimensions: 8"W, 8"D, 12"H

 
 
ants

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Stained glass painted ants, designed for a stationary shadow theater installation. 

Stained glass painted plexiglass, armature wire

6"L, 1/4"W, 4"H

dichroic tiles

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Inspired by my dichroic sundial project, dichroic wall tiles are active art - a static object, actively shifting its projections throughout the day, depending on position and intensity of light source. 

plywood, white paint, dichroic film and acrylic sheets

6"L, 6"W, 1.5"H

 
 

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