Tacoma Array is a site specific installation that explores the idea of implied space with the use of light as a medium. Through a constant density of contrasting light reactive string, Tacoma Array slices through a small storefront space with two embracing curves, creating a cave-like space within. Situated on the corner of a busy commuter intersection, the installation floods its surrounding environment with soft green and violet light. While viewing the piece up close, the two planes elegantly engage the viewer in the implied space.
Location: Tacoma, WA, US
My Role: Designer, fabricator, photographer
Additional Credits: Created while partner at RSVR visual research LLC