St. Paul, MN
A Catalog of Difference is a study of change across material and perceptual environments, analyzing those differences which make a difference. Through a series of visualizations and models this body of work explores structural diagrams that have been meticulously extracted from the gradients of surface curvature and ambient light within their environments. Collectively, A Catalog of Difference speculates on the role of light as a formal generator for non-geometric models of material phenomena and morphology.
Location: HGA Gallery, Rapson Hall, Minneapolis Campus
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website