Blessing Hancock Public Art + Fish Bellies by Joe O’Connell. Composed of layers regarding frosted acrylic, Fish Bellies big biomorphic forms draw ideas from the social and also biological diversity with the nearby San Marcos River showing parallels between the ecological life as well as the University’s varied student entire body. During the day, the piece’s translucency functions like an ethereal body structure whereas at night that transforms into a bioluminescent landscaping. This organic tableau is designed to spark additional fascination with the unique biology seen on campus.
Fish Bellies produces a new student motorola milestone phone inviting people to rise into and on the top of interlocking series of great enclosures. The sculpture stimulates socialization while improving individual space. The particular illuminated compartments kind protective rooms in which surround the inhabitant together with colored light.
Fish Bellies represents a singular incorporation of monumental polymer-bonded forms and active electronics. Embedded in each and every belly are two touch-sensitive game controllers, which allow the public to rework the piece simply by curating the color and vividness levels of the internal Directed lighting.