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OSU CBEC Installation

Artist

Leo Villareal

Collection
OAC Percent for Art
Description:

Leo Villareal seeks to deeply integrate his work with its site. Appropriate within the context of CBEC, which houses multiple departments and a range of disciplines, Villareal's artwork seeks a common denominator that is open to interpretation, inspires, and provokes thought. Fusing light, art, science, and technology in a way... Read more

Leo Villareal seeks to deeply integrate his work with its site. Appropriate within the context of CBEC, which houses multiple departments and a range of disciplines, Villareal's artwork seeks a common denominator that is open to interpretation, inspires, and provokes thought. Fusing light, art, science, and technology in a way that is uniquely appropriate for its context, this installation brings art to the heart of the science and engineering neighborhood, engages the public, and creates a strong identity for CBEC. Leo is interested in lowest common denominators such as pixels or the zeros and ones in binary code. Using teh simplest forms, Villareal begins to build elements within a framework. His forms move, change, interact, and ultimately grow into complex organisms.

Dates

Made: Oct 03, 2015

Additional Notes

Chemical & Bio Engineering & Chemistry Building

Media
Categories
Mural
Address:

248 151 West Woodruff Avenue
Columbus, Ohio 43210
Franklin County

Materials

LED nodes in metal frames

Dimensions

Width: 71'
Height: 9'

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