Artisan infant mobile created utilizing laser cut museum board layered with dichromatic film with a unique quality of reflecting a variety of colors while simultaneously casting shadows of alternate color. The mobile was modeled after the Sugar Maple, inspired by the color variations in the film, each leaf of the mobile resonates with the colors of Autumn.
The mobile was shown at the Gallery 788 in Hampden for a collaborative show with Fab Lab Baltimore entitled: CODE Culture. The exhibit was an interdisciplinary examination of digital fabrication and design that explored the growing impact of digital fabrication and design across disciplines including; art, design, engineering, science, and education, as well as its broader social implications as evidenced in the Maker Movement. The show also examined the role of the various institutions that foster these works, from grassroots open-access fab labs and hackerspaces, to private research-based labs.