Geometric curtain is a window installation at the CAW gallery in New Haven, Connecticut.
Utilizing parametric modeling to design a screening device that interacts with light during the day and night. During the day, light filters through the colorful geometry as it shifts and transitions across the window. A homage to CMYK the blues, pinks, and yellows layer together to create a whole rainbow of colors as one see through the depths of the curtain.
Using techniques similar to quilting 604 pieces were stitched together at the edges to create the three dimensional design.
At night electromagnetic wires illuminate the curtain with patterns programmed with an arduino chip. These programmed lighting themes begin to create a very unique design that address light in a different way then the experience during the day.