“Floe” embodies the shape and movement of ice drifting on the surface of the North Atlantic. In this region shards of ice drift freely along the surface of the water, and slight changes in tide and intense northern lights bring life to the environment. The piece is inspired by formations and movement found in nature.
This second version of the piece presents the very same glass structure with a different lighting solution. Rather than using a projector, this time the glass piece is lit by thin strips of LED positioned below the light diffusing base of the structure.
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