"Radiant Topologies" aims to explore the interplay between light, space and form to introduce a sense of tranquillity and mindfulness the visitors of Pittsburgh International Airport. Getting its inspiration from the topography of the city, the installation will welcome or bid godspeed to the spectators hanging down the dome of the Airside Terminal.
The goal of the project was to translate unseen natural phenomenon to visible installations of art. This is particularly challenging in a residential neighborhood and house as many wonderful natural changes dampened by the surrounding infrastructure. Thus, it is important to highlight the small, natural changes that occur without much thought.