Monday, March 3, 2014

"Parergon" Installation Shots

Here are some images of my installation at the newly-named Malinda Jolley Mortin Gallery (former Clayton Gallery) as part of the grand opening of the Zuckerman Museum of Art at Kennesaw State University. They were taken with my phone; I will be getting professional images taken soon, and hopefully using them to update my sad, neglected website.
View as you walk into the gallery ©Casey Lynch
Installation design for Ben Goldman's video "Circadian Rhythm" ©Casey Lynch
Alternate view of  suspended projector holder for Ben Goldman's video. Behind is a pair of lighted curved walls separating on left (floor) is Imi Hwangbo's piece and on the right is the Resource Room. ©Casey Lynch
Installation view of David Haxton's 1980 video, "Painting Room Lights" ©Casey Lynch
View into the Resource Room, space designed by Casey Lynch, furnished by curators Teresa Bramlette Reeves and Kirstie Tepper. ©Casey Lynch
Splash-wall for Ruth Zuckerman's sculptural work that I designed. It optically plays with the perspective  of the Atrium. (I designed the shape/size of the wall. The imagery was the work of the Museum. ©Casey Lynch

In-Progress shots for "Parergon" at KSU

Here are some of the in-progress shots from my design/build/installation at Kennesaw State University.



















Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Earth Helix

So, I got my beltline project up, and am quite pleased if I do say so myself. I installed the main structure, then was holding out on adding the skin until a break in the weather. Well, a real break never came, so on the first real day of sunshine I finished the first stage. (I finished the day before the "opening" of this years Art on the Beltline events)
1st stage completed - Sept 7, 2012

I let the solar panels charge for almost a week before installing the lights so they would be nice and strong. You could see them shine through the thick paper (its pretty subtle.)

Sept 7, 2012. About 10:00pm.

Like I alluded to above, the weather was not very cooperative, and the day after I finished, the "aging" process started. It moved a bit quicker than I expected, but I still like how the materials changed.
Sept 8, 2012 about 4:30pm. In the morning, the piece was still totally intact, but a midday storm rolled through around 3pm.


The beautiful state of ruin; in the night, the internal lights shine.

Sept 8, 2012. Around 9:00pm



I think they tried to "save" my piece.  Last time I checked, it looked like someone tried to "help me". It looks like someone gathered all the blown off paper. The paper is embedded with wildflower seeds, so although it looked like trash, it had the chance of populating the area with plant life. That's the thing I really like about public work though, when it's out of my hands, others (and nature) may do what they see fit.

Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012. About 5:00pm




Sunday, April 15, 2012

Proposal Images for the Atlanta Beltline

Here are the mock-up images images for my Art on the Belt Line proposal. The Work will be called "Earth Helix"

Twisting, four-sided "helix", steel frame with seed-paper skin
Solar lights inside the form come on at night
As the biodegradable paper breaks down, the light begins to shine through
Structure during the day, after a while of the paper degrading, beginning to look bare
"Skeletal" framework being lit at night by the solar lights
Hopefully, the following spring, the wildflower seeds (that were imbedded in the seed-paper skin) germinate and grow a flower field

Friday, April 6, 2012

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Future Ghosts

So I finally finished building my new sculpture, and have installed it in downtown Columbus, GA. Here are some preliminary pics. I will take some better ones for the website whenever I get around to it.

Image ©Casey Lynch 2012

You can see the two solar panel on the top fin. (Image ©Casey Lynch 2012)

Image ©Casey Lynch 2012

Shot at night, when the solar lights inside the sculpture automatically turn on. (Image ©Cathy Williams 2012)

Sunday, January 29, 2012

The Bon Fire Is Out

"They say the classics never go out of style, but they do... they do. Somehow baby, I never thought we'd do, too." - Refused

Paul Boshears called me a romantic for wanting to let the 'bonfire' fade over the two days of the event., as opposed to rebuilding it the second day.  I told him that I was not being romantic, because there is nothing romantic about fading away.
I can't say who was right, but this dead art is definitely making me feel like a sap...