2009, Boston Sculptors Gallery, Boston, MA
This immersive environment, the sixth in the series of luminous gardens, is the most ephemeral piece so far. It is made of tiny yellow LEDs set in cast resin acorn caps, which hover over tangles of delicate wires in a darkened room. Inspired by a trip to the Galapagos and the experience of swimming underwater, the piece creates a floating world through which viewers journey.
"... the sixth "Luminous Garden" environment and the most ethereal of the ones I have seen. Her father, a scientist who researched the interaction of plants and light, has influenced her work." -- Boston Globe READ REVIEWS
Urethane resin, LEDs, steel and copper wire,