Seeing Information

Since the start of the information age, the perception of one’s surroundings has shifted from a world brought into being by light, to an existence made up of information. Our eyes record light, and the reflection and absorption of light makes objects tangible. Today’s world is converted to mathematics. Like the discovery of atoms, people became aware of a world that is held together by things not seen by the human eye. Mathematics plays this role today. This installation was conceived from what I imagined this invisible force, that defines our world , would look like if the human eye could view it.

Installed for the Headlands Center for the Arts 2007


Cement Cubes from 5 ft. sq. To 1 in. sq.
Cement coated string or cable