Ocean Veil and Luminous Specimens I & II were pieces I made for the Living Data exhibition on ocean science and climate change. I made a suspended mesh printed with pattern of diatoms, small marine algae that are at the bottom of the food-chain and are threatened by warming and acidification of the ocean:

Organised by Lisa Roberts from the UTS Sydney, Living data program:

The installation crew at the Muse gallery did a great job in installing and lighting Ocean Veil ! It is cyclindrical in shape, like a plankton collecting net.The light is actually changing from brighter to softer intensity and the veil is swaying slightly because of draft in the room or created by people moving past it. More images of the exhibition can be seen here: