Graduate Class, Rhode Island School of Design
This installation aims to create form based on movement and circulation patterns through space, specifically the CIT elevator lobby. The form was derived through the analysis of circulation routes as vectors, that were then combined and lofted to create the final shape. Wood is used as a medium of planar representation and it’s repetition further enhances the concept of movement. The cardboard situated between the slats create a point of interest when walking by the piece. Not only the form of the cardboard changes when walking by, but also ones perception through it.