Type: Light Fixtures
Size: Variable, approx 12 inches by 6 inches
Design: 2002
Exhibited by Henry Urbach Architecture, New York, Galerie Zurcher, Paris, San Fransisco Museum of Modern Art
Collections: SFMOMA, SHerri Wolf, Melanie Ide + Christiaan Kuypers, Tom Healy, Fred Hockberg.
Acquired by: San Francisco MoMA + Private Collections

Neon tubes cast in resin, using discarded vacuum form packaging as the mold, form the basis for a series of atmospheric light fixtures. The linear tubes penetrate and illuminate the resin, presenting the cast forms of each fixture as a unique object. Developed as a series, the neon tubes register a barcode-like pattern of light within the random forms. Details of each object are shown in positive relief against the resin. The LITE-SCAPES series was created especially for the Henry Urbach Architecture’s end-of-year show in 2001. The objects are currently in the permanent collection of SFMOMA, as well as owned by private collectors such as Fred Hochberg and Tom Healy, Sherri Wolf, and others.