The United States, 2006

The United States, 2006. A top view blueprint drawing of the US Bush Administration, taken from a news photograph, maps out and analyzes the essence of scene. Within the duration of the 4 week exhibit, the blueprint drawing, exposed to direct sunlight will begin to fade away.

Christine Gedeon is an artist exploring architectural aerial views through different mediums.

all that bright morning scattered

AllThatBrightMorning

all that bright morning scattered consists of three layers: A back layer of a painting of three female figures on acetate, a front layer of a line drawing on mylar and, in between, a layer of fine blond hair. This fits within the frame of the window and is backlit by the almighty sun.

Angela Fraleigh is an artist who is lately trying to ask more questions than give answers.

Lövestad, Sweden

lovestad2Lövestad, Sweden.  A heterotopian, neither here nor there vision of Lövestad using fabric, paper, and a sewing machine as a drawing tool.

Christine Gedeon is an artist exploring architectural aerial views through different mediums.

Latitude Lamp

Latitude Lamp, a solar lamp made for 41 degrees latitude, can be configured in three variations with the solar panel facing south, its LED lights pointing in a range of directions at night and its multi-facetted surfaces changing with the sunlight throughout the day. By tilting the angle of the solar panel, the lamp can be adapted to any geographic location, assembled in various ways into screens, or blown up to inhabitable scale.

Nina Edwards Anker is an architect/designer living and working between New York City and Oslo. She is currently investigating light and perception in solar design for her PhD Research by Design project at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design.

Sundial

Sundial

sundial2Sundial operated between 12.00 to 18.00 (during the exhibitions opening hours).

Robert Ek, b. 68, works with images, installations and machinisms.

 

 

Spirit of the Beehive

SpiritOfTheBehive

light-shrouds-wasps-nestSpirit of the Beehive “It’s that honeyish light and the stuffy wooden atmosphere of the building (I imagine), that I was beginning to see. There will be flies anyway no doubt.”

Luke Lowings has created a unique body of work that spans the boundaries of art, architecture and engineering with examples all over the world.

Light Studies

LightStudies

LightStudies2Light Studies plays with reflected, refracted, diffuse and specular light; placed near sun-filled windows, these elemental pieces have a complex presence that changes with both the angle of daylight and the position of the viewer.

Richard Kress is principal designer at James Carpenter Design Inc.