Geometric interpretations based on vertices & planes. First modeled digitally then translated into using various physical materials including paper, wood dowels, corrugated plastic, found sticks, metal conduit, wire, lumber, etc.
Geodesic Panel Skull Timelapse
Crania Geodesica: Papercraft approx 8″ x 11″ x 7″ geodesic papercraft skull design
Crania Geodesica: Planar (digital)
Crania Geodesica: Vertice (digital)
Crania Geodesica: Carkeek (Seattle, WA) 10 foot geodesic skull public art installation created for Center on Contemporary Art “Heaven and Earth VI: As Above, So Below” in Carkeek Park, Seattle, WA (7/12-10/21 2014). Made from over 700 sticks gathered in Carkeek Park. The open frame skull symbolizes our physical state of being and impermanence in the ever changing world. It stands as a testament to the human experience while the surrounding universe flows through it, existing wherein physical and spiritual states meet on a perpetual crossroads to briefly exist as one. Use of materials specifically collected from the area for construction further support the metaphor that the organized manifestation of the piece comes from & belongs to the environment that it exists in.