- Phare No. 1-9
Nine hand-blown glass vessels that use the dimensional characteristics of water and the way it holds and refracts light, to create a new way of three dimensionally drawing in mid-water.
Looking at the narrative character of the surface of water and how through its softness it reveals the patterns of wind that is passing over it, the drawn patterns based on live measured wind, rippling throughout the group of glass containers. The drawing manifests itself both in minute detail within each Phare, as well as in the space as a whole, as the round volume of water forms a lens through which the drawings are projected into the surrounding space.
Commissioned by Perrier-Jouet for Art Basel / Miami 2013
2013, commissioned / permanent collection