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Sunday, April 3, 2011
Sunlite- (2010) Folding table, saw horses, globe, lights, a stool, motors, wood, clamps, jeweler anvil, and mixed media.
The rotating globe and the model Sputnik that orbits it are projected onto the wall through a lens in the middle of the table, while the stars are projected onto the wall by camera obscura holes in the table.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Intensity Capture- (2010) Filing Cabinet, copy machine, Plexiglas, red and green lasers, electric switches, batteries, motor, tin can, tape, wood, nylon strap, and hardware.
At one point in the process of scanning the genome of a human the sample gets florescent agents added and is subjected to lasers. The reaction to these lasers, either a positive or negative reaction on each section of the genome, is shown as either green or red, and allows scientists to know which specific genes are active in the sample. The result is a graph or image of the genome, called an intensity capture. In the piece Intensity Capture one of these images was recreated।This piece resulted from an exchange and collaboration with a scientist working on the human genome with the National Institutes of Health। Video to follow.