Separated by Sight,
is an installation of individual forms scattered throughout a space. Each form is created from thousands of small piles of sifted flour. The patterns of the forms are taken directly from photographic images including the tonal variations of the images, which is what determines the size of each pile.
This installation was first exhibtited at Montgomery College, Takoma, Maryland
Links to other installations of the work:
Turchin Art Center
Leedy-Voulkos Art Center
Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts