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A slowly undulating net of lights creates a one-of-a-kind kinetic light sculpture. Small DC motors slowly pull on the sculpture's fine stainless steel cables, slighting distorting the arrangement of the lights, giving the form the appearance of organic life.

Jason Krugman Studio worked closely with the Clients and their architect to design the perfect piece for this modernized beach house. The sculpture shares an aesthetic with their beautiful, root-ball table situated below. Its central hanging point within the living room creates a well-framed viewpoint alongside the iconic Double Diamond House, designed by architect, Andrew Geller, in 1958.

Hundreds of small cable-pixels allow the piece to slowly contort in form while remaining illuminated. Two layers of mesh create a full-feeling, organic array of slowly moving lights. The sculpture's lights are controllable independent of the motion and are fully dimmable.

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© Jason Krugman 2017