Professors: Jason Butz & Lavender Tessmer
Spectroplexus is a 100-foot-long public sculpture commissioned by St. Louis Lambert International Airport. The installation was designed by the Sam Fox School's 2017 digital fabrication studio, and will hang above terminal 2 of the airport for approximately 2 years.
As a research assistant, I was responsible for creating a series of construction documents which explain how all 1,000+ modules interconnect. Utilizing a grasshopper script allowed the drawings to quickly be adjusted without ever manually drawing a single line.
I was also responsible for the installation of the sculpture - a process that required the nightly installation of several segments spanning over one week.