Whilst at Jason Bruges Studio, we were commissioned by Wolverhampton University to do an art work for the new engineering building. The art work was inspired by diffraction patterns discovered by Rosalind Franklin. There are over 900 pixels on a 6m disc, each pixel consists of 2 planes that are slotted together at opposing angles. There are 8 different pixel rotation types producing 2 distinct images from key vantage points. During my time on the project I worked with a designer in the studio to produce the early concept submission, the development of the patterns during scheme design through animated studies and generated the fabrication drawings from Cinema 4D to grasshopper.
August 20, 2019