MorphoLuminescence @ ACADIA 2010
MorphoLuminescence, a responsive, kinetic lighting prototype, exhibited at the ACADIA 2010 Conference at the Cooper Union Great Hall. Photos and diagrams of the project were displayed as part of a peer-reviewed projects exhibition at Pratt Institute’s Siegel Gallery. MorphoLuminescence was a collaborative design and prototyping project from four Ball State M.Arch students–Elizabeth Boone, Eric Brockmeyer, Adam Buente, and Kyle Perry–taking part in “An Inconvenient Studio”, an immersive design studio taught by Mahesh Daas and Joshua Vermillion.
Previously, Morpholuminescence placed in the Robert Bruce Thompson Annual Student Light Fixture Design Competition and was exhibited at the SPOT ON SCHOOLS Exhibition at the BEYOND MEDIEA FESTIVAL in Florence, Italy.