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Poly-Gaze Studio Windows: Looking Out/Looking In

2008

Installation

During an artist residency in at the Nagoya University of Arts in Japan I was given a make-shift studio on campus. I replaced the windows with numerous blown glass forms filled with water to make lenses thus giving a sensational view into and out of the studio. The numerous lenses accentuated any sense of movement coming from each side of the window suggesting a scrutinizing level of introspection both into and out of the studio as a construct.
A connecting view of 25 glass spheres filled with water linked the two poly-gaze windows, and offered a view in one window and out the other thus bypassing all that was going on inside of the studio.
The main window was made out of the shelf in the studio that held the glass objects made that week. It was to be working both as a shelf in the studio, and in an un-assuming manner, a window installation that wasn’t obvious in its role as a piece of art.

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