Christopher Moulder’s latest fiberglass lighting sculpture goes up just in time for Atlanta’s Art on the BeltLine annual Lantern Parade.
The official name for this sculpture is Fractal Mist #2, but Moulder calls it something else beginning with ‘F.’ He spent five solid weeks in what he calls ‘the cage,’ a construction Moulder built in his backyard to create this piece.
Inside the cage, he developed a system of hooks and rubber bands stretched from sculpture to the cage walls so he could pull and hold multiple fiberglass points in place until they set. This meant he had to duck and weave - literally, throughout the entire process. Check out the results.
It lights up at night, so stay tuned for the Lantern Parade pics...