Two wall pieces have been selected for installation in Nashville's new Music City Center. They each enhance a two-story wall anchoring matching, narrow atrium spaces, which give Convention Center visitors numerous different vantage points to the artworks. Our fabrication begins soon, so stay tuned for more as these two emerge from the studio!
One artwork is made of overlapping layers of colored acrylic, each inspired by patterns found by 18th Century physicist Ernst Chladni, who developed scientific methods to study visual evidence of different sound frequencies. His research influenced the development and design of modern acoustic instruments; perhaps our sculpture will evoke a song in the mind of each viewer.
The other piece is evolving from concepts explored in Spectrum 1, and will feature new materials, topography, color and transparency, in its final form. Plus, its verticality will create vastly different views and experiences than its horizontally-arrayed West Coast predecessor.