David Bowen - on water

(stay tuned for our next exhibition opening early February)

September 19, 2020 – January 2, 2021

David Bowen the journey, CNC carved acrylic panels, LED lights, controller, 96" x 132" x 3", Ed. 1 of 3, 2020
(this artwork uses data collected during the artist's summer 2019 time as an artist at sea aboard the Schmitt Ocean Institute research vessel Falkor and depicts the journey as the ship transited the Pacific Ocean from Oregon to Hawaii mapping the ocean floor).

David Bowen 46°41'58.365" lat. -91°59'49.0128" long. @ 30m, acrylic, 6" dia. x 6" x 6", 2015 (a series, each unique)  - the water surface of Lake Superior captured at that exact latitude and longitude at different times.

David Bowen 46°41'58.365" lat. -91°59'49.0128" long. @ 30m, acrylic, 6" dia. x 6" x 6", 2015 (detail)

David Bowen 46°41'58.365" lat. -91°59'49.0128" long. @ 30m, acrylic, 6" dia. x 6" x 6", 2015 (detail)

David Bowen wilderness (tele-present trash), bags, lights, motors, computer, 3D printed wheels, monofilament, 132 x 72 x 72, 2020

David Bowen wilderness (tele-present trash) (detail) bags, lights, motors, computer, 3D printed wheels, monofilament, 132 x 72 x 72, 2020

David Bowen wilderness (tele-present trash) (detail) bags, lights, motors, computer, 3D printed wheels, monofilament, 132 x 72 x 72, 2020

David Bowen water surface, LED matrix, motors, computer, software, 2016

David Bowen water surface (detail)

The buoy in Lake Superior where the live water surface data comes from to water surface; LED lights respond to the data.

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