Rain, 2017

A few seconds of movements is stretched into two hundred images, which are stacked to represent a sense of this duration in 3 dimensional form. With this abstraction of time, Rain offers viewers a new perspective to engage with the experience of the everyday. Time is suspended within a series of static moments to symbolize the invisible force of the real that persists beneath our conscious awareness. Rain not only formalizes a sense of duration, but also signifies the invisible efforts that each of us contributes to our current urban landscape.

Rain is a 70” wide, 46” deep and approximately 61’ tall translucent sculpture suspended above the main entrance way of The Duke on 11th Avenue.