Filament, 2008 (public art)
Porcelain, projectors, DVD players, DVDs
9(h) x 38(w) x 1(d) ft
Seattle Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs and Seattle City Light
Location: Seattle City Light Headquarters, Seattle Municipal Building
Filament is a multimedia installation, inspired by the history of light and nineteenth century’s light bulbs. I created a new landscape of an electric world – comprised of hundreds of cast porcelain sculptures and video art incorporating 2-channel video projections. I uses the shape of filaments to create animated imagery, and project them onto the porcelain sculptures. The line looks like a drawing that has to come to life.