The glow of light sculptures designed by visualization students at Texas A&M partially lit a darkened exhibit hall in the Langford Architecture Center during a review April 11.
Students led by Richard Davison, professor of visualization, designed the sculptures for the Langford C courtyard.
“They were trying to make the light intrinsic and essential to the sculpture, not just something with light on it,” said Davison. “They were dealing with the idiosyncrasies of what happens to light when it’s projected and reflected.”
The projects will be exhibited through April 15-17 in the Langford B Exhibit Hall.