Gallery Installation > Photic Cingulus

“Photic Cingulus” is a large scale relief printed installation, which creates the illusion of an underwater kelp forest through synthetic materials. Ninety percent of the paper used was repurposed from a previous installation to create the monolithic “kelp” structures. Other materials such as projected images, lights, fans, and kinetic movement are intended to recreate the senses when being underwater, while referencing the fragile nature of ecosystems and the impermeability of environments. The viewer is expected to move through the space and interact with the structures, while using his or her imagination to experience the environment.

Photic Cingulus
Relief Print on Recycled Paper
25'x15'x8'
2013
Photic Cingulus
Relief Print on Recycled Paper
25'x15'x8'
2013
Photic Cingulus
Relief Print on Recycled Paper
25'x15'x8'
2013