Epiphany at a Distance

Hand blown glass, cast glass, steel cabling, monofilament, digital projector.


10m x 4m x 4m

Suspended geometric elements interfacing a cone of light transition from Euclidean elements into an expanded suspended form, which draws out the geometric relationship into non-Euclidean elliptical space. Opening into spatio-temporal projections of coloured refraction and spectral colours that orbit around the space, the work describes the movement from Euclidean space into non Euclidean cosmology, deconstructing the apparatus of the telescope and cinematic projection to offer an opening for new interpretation in constructed space. The resulting shadows and refractions balance in the final projection, suggesting an interlocking harmonic ratio.