Ecstatic Epiphany

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2014
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Glass block wall, 4x8 feet.

Ecstatic Epiphany is a human-scale window into an imaginary space, installed in public behind an existing glass block wall. This piece is for anyone on the sidewalk to watch and control. Walking past it, your movement is amplified into a shift in perspective. Sometimes this is a passive action, other times it can lead to a dramatic change as chaos unfolds in the generative algorithms. The choreography of this mathematical world forms a continuous cyclic narrative of creation, depression, agency, and rebirth. Each moment is unique, echoed but never repeated.

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CODAME
Location

Site-specific light installation at the Doll House, future home of CounterPULSE in San Francisco's Tenderloin district at 80 Turk.

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