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What is artificial? What is natural? At what point does one end and another begin? Are they one in the same? These questions and others like it established the foundation of a 2007 undergrad thesis.


Realized as a series of experiential constructs combining qualities of water, air and light, Intermediate Construct was designed to arouse the senses, to stir the emotions asking the visitor for an acute awareness not readily available through everyday means.


Two separate constructs were envisioned: one, an outdoor installation offering twin water curtains forming a narrow arch. Once clicked to on, the visitor would find himself negotiating both the dangers and pleasures of constricted space as they neared the entry. The second located within an interior gallery space incorporated the use of directed light and fabric sails. Effects were enhanced through a shallow reflection pool defining circulation around the exhibit

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