data sculpture / information as art
I make sculpture as a means to communicate data and statistical information about the intersection of humans and the natural world. My design method involves translating sets of data into three-dimensional data sculptures that present scientific information in a poetic form.
By integrating the rationality of scientific analysis with the emotional realm of sensory experience, the work reveals new capacities in the representation of information. The sculptures communicate data in a medium that engages the body physically, while creating a place to contemplate our inherent connection to the natural landscape.