Pavilion. 2014  
 
Slide 1

 

PROPOSED ARTWORK for the 2015 Southern Way McClelland SCULPTURE Commission.

 

My proposed sculpture Pavilion. 2015 is an aesthetic unification that illuminates the intangible interconnected relationships between certain structures that create our world. The sculpture is an exploration of the unification of utopian architecture, the atomic geometry of carbon, allegorical suns, Modernism, technology, light/colour and perception theory, minimalism and node-based information design. At its heart Pavilion wants to represent the impossible… the unimaginable compression that is to see the entire Universe at the very moment of the Big Bang. To see everything within the moment. My Pavilion is a pavilion of ideas.

 

Specifically – Pavilion is a tetrahedral light based sculpture consisting of a series of anodized aluminum nodes in combination with illuminated (red and cyan) PC plastic tubes. The work would employ a certain amount of technological and aesthetic clues from my recent public art commission CARBON SUN; a tetrahedral LED lighting system-sculpture located at Albert Facey House, Perth, Western Australia. Pavilion expands the sculpture Carbon Sun both physically and conceptually into a vast and beautiful synthesis of information and aesthetics.

 

Proposal unsuccessful.

 

Slide 1

 

DESIGN CONCEPT: Visualization

 

 

Slide 1

 

DESIGN CONCEPT: Visualization

 

 

Slide 3

 

DESIGN CONCEPT: Visualization