Medusa Armada Installation: Part 1

May 8th, 2008 by Larry

photo credit: Georgios Saliaris

We were asked to create a hanging art installation to be featured in an upcoming art exhibit at Halo Lounge in Atlanta. We don’t have all the event details yet, but we’ll post them as soon as we find out more.

Realizing that a clean & sexy version of the installation can only be achieved through experimentation, we decided it would be good to begin working in real space. Today we created a rough prototype of what will be called, Medusa Armada.

Thanks to Ted Ullrich for helping us create this 3D piece from concept to execution.

More process photos after the jump.

This was the initial 3D rendering. We’ve already decided against the horizontal poles because they can’t be easily illuminated.

Small, black jellyfish with black chain.

Georgios and Ted hanging the frame from the rafters of our studio at The Center for Design Study.

Completed prototype. The final version will have consistent colors as well as more large jellyfish.

Bottom view.

Side view.

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