Remains To Be Seen"
Parts I, II, and III
2005 - 2007
Commissioned in 2005 through the State of Illinois Art-In-Architecture program and Capital Development Board, "What Remains To Be Seen" is a permanent and site specific installation in the National Center for Supercomputing Applications building on the engineering campus at the University of Illinois, UIUC.
There are three components, on three different floors, which depict the immediate space of the viewer though 3D modeling and animation software. In each case, the display is integrated into the environment in an unobtrusive manner and presented much like a traditionally framed work of art. Each work contains three imaginative clips that are randomly activated by motion detection as the viewer approaches. With no movement, the selection defaults to a still image.
The works are small in order to elicit a personal response and each wall label denotes the location of the other installations in the building as a way to encourage discovery of the entire space.