Mixed-media installation. 9' x 6.5' x 3". Wood, elastic cord, projector, computer, custom software.
Linear Cycle is a mixed media installation consisting of a wall-mounted sculpture, made of wood and dozens of elastic cords, and a computer-generated animation that is projected on the sculpture. The animation consists of a repeating linear pattern of black, grey and white bars, but when it interacts with the sculpture it produces an undulating moire pattern. No curves are projected; the wave-like appearance is purely the consequence of the interference between the animation and the sculpture.
Linear Cycle was first exhibited in Out Of Line, at the Robischon Gallery in Denver, CO. in January 2014.