INSTALLATIONS - MELT - Programmed LEDs and architectural screen fabric

Melt2 is constructed from architectural screen fabric to create changing layers of opacity, like standing inside the layers of a drawing, as simple geometries open and close around the viewer. Melt2 is animated using complex lighting behaviors. As the viewer walks through, a maze of diagonal planes, complex views and compositions illuminate and fade around them.

Melt2 was developed as part of the series Melt, Splinter and Thread over a two year studio practice and research period with the assistance of Dave Everit, Artist Programmer Sean Clark and Dr Graeme Stuart.

Funded by Arts Council England, supported by the ICOT at De Montfort University.

“Like looking up into the night sky, I want this above my bed”.

“It was like being inside a garden where I could compose my perfect view”.

INSTALLATIONS - MELT - Programmed LEDs and architectural screen fabric
INSTALLATIONS - MELT - Programmed LEDs and architectural screen fabric
INSTALLATIONS - MELT - Programmed LEDs and architectural screen fabric