- Depth and Field
- Passage and Place
- Dimensional Imaging
- Experimental Video
The works in this series use the intersection of a line and a circle to create spatial forms of light using holography. They address the concept of an axis mundi as a crucible generating change.
This installation marks the passage of time by creating a sundial within the museum gallery. Holographic panels cover the windows and project the sun's diurnal and annual movement as spectra onto the thirty foot walls. A double spiral mirror maze creates a mirage across the floor. Visible from some angles but not other, the maze implies the axis and surrounding sweep of light.
Installation with holographic windows projecting solar spectra
and 50 ft. diameter spiral mirror maze on the floor