16.0

2006-2015 / cast glass, electrical components

16 is formed by sequentially pouring three separate layers of molten glass – in varying opacities – on a horizontal plane. Each layer responds to the indeterminate shape of the previous pour to create a uniquely layered whole. Two of these pieces are then attached and illuminated with an internal LED lamp.

Fairmont Pacific Rim – 16 Series

16.480 was commissioned as a public art piece. The installation consists of 480 glass pendants supported by a set of site-specific, tree-like minarets. These “trees” rise out of a landscape constructed of burnt wood planks and form an immersive canopy of light reaching up to 6m in height.

Photography by Gwenael Lewis

Installation at Fairmont Pacific Rim

Installation at Fairmont Pacific Rim

Installation at Fairmont Pacific Rim

Installation at Fairmont Pacific Rim