Location: Atlanta, Georgia
MRISP )(Prism inflected)( is a spatial installation of light, air, and crystalline matter that attempts to materialize the immaterial and construct, or reconstruct, an immersive experiential space of emergent light-matter within which the body can exist. In this way the piece attempts to be both figure and field, seen as figural composition from without and dynamic experiential field from within. The project is both generic and specific, dealing with issues of physics, perception, cognition and habitation simultaneously. The generic condition of the electrical color grid is transformed into a situated condition through the transformation of the platonic square into a deformed trapezoid through a topological remapping of points and lines based on the four dominate trees of the front yard at the Robinson-Rhodes mansion, in this way responding to the site and embodying global ideas through a local intervention.
Project Team: Spencer Hudson