Installation, November 2015
Lumenette is an installation that explores light as an active dimension. It’s about unexpected moments - when beams of light interact, interfere, and refract through the dichroic surfaces. We cannot see the waves of light, but as they become an atmospheric material - bouncing around
and playing with the woven plastic - we become more aware of their properties and their power. In this piece, as much of my work, I’m inspired by crystalline shapes and characteristics. The layers of overlapping mylar are reminiscent of the flecks of particles, pigment, and cracks found within crystals. They are the wonder of it all.