The sculpture itself was created by MOSS and stands at 5' tall and is made out of laser cut single ply cardboard coated in an aqua resin epoxy. Prior to laser cutting processes, the head was modeled in Autodesk 3d Software's. This 'Digital Shrine' served as my final project for an Independent Study class focusing on digital applications in sculpture taught by Professor Andrew F. Scott at Savannah College of Art and Design.
The custom effects were made in adobe after effects and were then transmitted through projection mapping software MadMapper.
'Are We Content Gallery Exhibition' was a collaborative exploration focused on various aspects of how human beings establish identity and interact in the electric landscape of digital culture. Various students and Alumni from the Savannah College of Art and Design submitted pieces utilizing both digital & analog approaches.
The entire exhibition can be seen here: vimeo.com/97669932