ROOM #1 was a site specific installation on Nickerson Green. The installation was a 8’ x 8’ x 8’ wooden cube with one window and one door. At any point in the 24 hour day, a visitor could step inside the room and watch light move across the white and barren walls. From sunrise to sunset, the shape of the light changed while the window and the walls remained in place. As the viewer approached, they encountered an objective set of parameters; six walls, one window, and one door. As they entered, the light and its relation to weather and time was the variable.





Time-lapse, light in ROOM #1





| 2015




Special thanks to August Lehrecke.

Photographs courtesy of Lucas Vasilko.