Layered Drawings Nobuhiro Nakanishi He photographs a scene or object repeatedly over time, then laser prints each shot and mounts them onto acrylic. Change is captured in each frame, and once layered, they become sculpture installations. The overall effect shows movement and the subtle passage of time.
Gallery of Janet Echelman Reshaping Urban Airspace World-Wide - 2
Monumental illuminated sculpture, inspired by the February 2010 Chile earthquake shortening the length of the earth's day by 1.26 microseconds : based on a 3D simulation of the tsunami's amplitude rippling across the Pacific - "1.26", installation by artist Janet Echelman - 2010, Denver, CO, USA - photo studio Echelman by Peter Vanderwarker
Cheryl Pope - Up Against, 2010. Working in the mediums of sculpture, video, installation, assemblage, drawing, and performance, Cheryl Pope addresses issues of connectivity and identity that inform the way in which we live our lives today.