MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2,048 flip digit modules, each with 80 colors screenprinted onto polycarbonate, steel, software, 108" x 384" x 3", 8 hrs of programming, 2011. (Consulting architect: Matt Flynn) Permanently installed at Stanford University.

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

Usually, monuments memorialize past events. But what if a monument instead commemorates the process of change? European train stations use this technology to announce arrivals and departures. Here, the destination is always color and always changing.  

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011 

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

EARLY SKETCH FOR ANIMATION SEQUENCES, MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES    2010

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES

MONUMENT TO CHANGE AS IT CHANGES   2011