What does it feel like to move like a molecule?Molecular Movement is a collaborative, practice-based research project which brings together artists and scientists to explore molecular dynamics simulations as the basis for a novel form of dance. Initiated at The University of Chicago in fall of 2015, our ensemble is steadily growing - a chain reaction of interest and insight into the molecular world.
Interview with Collaborators (2016)
"Interval Flux" (2017)
A Dozen Lashes (2017)
The tapered arc of an eyelash. Attenuated. Bending. A sword blade, precisely honed. Weapon of the femme fatale.
Sky Eye (2012)
A window made of sky.
Sky Scroll (2013)
100 feet of silk satin ribbon dyed in a slow ombré from raw silk to deepest indigo.
Twilight Station (2013)
This permanent, site-specific installation transforms a historical (1897) train station at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center in Millville, NJ, into a perceptual time machine. Hand-blown windows of a unique “black” glass formulation modulate daylight into twilight.
This blown and slumped sheet of hand-made glass provides an undulating ground for infinitesimally thin veneers of color.
Score for Sand and Foil (2015)
Magnify. Invert. Project. Reveal.
A glass for the curious of all ages
Both high-tech and hand-made
Look through your glass anew!
MIST&HACKLE is a ritual design business seeking to expand the field of contemporary ritual by reimagining ceremonial practice and material culture for an increasingly diverse world. Our first series of products provide personalized glass-breaking rituals for weddings, vow renewals, anniversaries, and divorce.
A thin skin of hand-blown glass describes the familiar contours of a traditional wine-goblet form, however the usual function is denied: one object is an open tube, the other a hermetically sealed enclosure. The title also refers to epistemological formats.