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An interactive light installation constructed and designed using student participation from September 26th - 30th, 2011.
Inspired by the sparkling patterns which emerge from crystal growth in geodes, BotoxUtopia is a student generated light-sculpture. Volunteers participated in a week-long workshop where they where taught the construction of basic, reflective volumes and their potential accumulations. The basic volumes where “grown” during the workshop into sculptural zones; each wired with a unique light quality. The final installation consisted of 3 zones which interacted visually through the movement of visitors in the sensored environment below the sculpture.
Drew Seskunas was born in Baltimore in 1981, Drew studied architecture at the University of Maryland and later received his Master’s from the Pratt Institute in New York. After moving to Paris in 2008 he began collaborating on architectural projects with the artist Arne Quinze, ultimately directing the Berlin office of SAQ architects.He continues to collaborate with SAQ on architectural projects while producing large-scale artistic installations with his own studio located currently in Berlin.