Tarver Siebert

Group of  fabric structures lit using solar powered LED's and broken into three sections - Idea; Form; Structure - to clearly describe an object that doesn't have a name. The structures are about human-sized and the forms are anthromorphic. The grouping of the forms is intended to be akin to the group of people socializing and the objects can be seen as large lanterns, small shelters, wacky boats for land-lubbers, or perhaps something else.

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posted in Uncategorized // 08/24/12

Group of  fabric structures lit using solar powered LED’s and broken into three sections – Idea; Form; Structure – to clearly describe an object that doesn’t have a name. The structures are about human-sized and the forms are anthromorphic. The grouping of the forms is intended to be akin to the group of people socializing and the objects can be seen as large lanterns, small shelters, wacky boats for land-lubbers, or perhaps something else.

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