“Bubbling Horizon, II” is a site-specific installation inspired by a work originally created for the Tarrytown campus of Regeneron Pharmaceuticals. The installation interprets a Lindenmayer System, an organizing code used by grammarians and scientists alike to describe “production rules” for language and organisms. L-Systems, as they are more commonly referred to, were originally conceived as a mathematical theory of plant development and help interpret multi-dimensional objects in one and two dimensions. The artist uses laser cut circles and arcs to elucidate patterns in an L-system, with the arcs following paths and the circles places at intersections of an algorithmic 3D structure. (Kathleen Reckling, Director of Public Programs, Arts Westchester, 2019)
Work was commissioned by Arts Westchester for Regeneron Science Talent Search 2019 Gala.