Digital Landscapes

Maya Lynn’s current exhibition at the Corcoran Gallery of Art is an exercise in space-altering installation.  These deceptively scientific sculptures impress into the surfaces and volumes of the occupied rooms, redefining the spatial character as perceived.  Along with being intricate and pleasing constructions of minimalist techne, these formal representations actually trace the lines of digitally mapped geological regions and formations from around the planet.  Mountain ranges, underground water sources, and the ocean floor are some of the ‘landscapes’ re-engineered here at a scale provocative to the human.




2 Responses to “Digital Landscapes”

  1. Elizabeth Says:

    great post. loved this exhibit, too.

  2. Sintara Says:

    These are great.

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