LUMA VORONOI CELLSCAPE

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LUMA VORONOI CELLSCAPE

BY MARS

 

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Luma Voronoi Cellscape is meant to be a beautiful oddity. As a child I enjoyed combing through the grass on my hands and knees looking closely at moss, rocks, and ant hills. One day my father came home with a microscope and a bunch of slides. I spent endless hours looking through that illuminated microscope peephole from my newly discovered perspective. Luma Voronoi Cellscape is inspired by one of my favorite things to look at under the microscope as a child- Salt. This large-scale illuminated sculptural installation is made from Styrofoam and light. The term Voronoi is a mathematical term that describes a way of dividing things into blocks of space. The technique is often used in determining which cell phone tower your phone uses and it helps fire departments determine which fire station is closest to emergencies. I used voronoi techniques to develop the faceted shapes of my sculptural installation. -Trever Nicholas

 

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