"Integral Framework" by Lee Imonen
23. "Integral Framework" by Lee Imonen - This installation of wood and steel is located along the staircase in the Middleton Science Center. "Integral Framework" was installed in 2013.
The central structure supports a series of frames which contain castings of imagery
relating to the subjects being taught within the building itself. The frames serve
as enlarged slide mounts, with the castings being imagery taken out of its laboratory
or environmental context and enlarged, allowing the audience to get up close and personal
with each subject from a new vantage point. Designed in part as a response to the
interconnected volumes and the cantilivered forms within the building itself, Integral
Framework is intended to heighten the sense of visual continuity within the building
by elaborating on the sense of flow or movement.
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