Rainbow Massimal


Project Description

The Rainbow Massimal is an installation designed and fabricated for participation in the 2012 Beaux Arts Ball. Like the original Massimals, the Rainbow Massimal is manufactured out of one material utilizing a simple fabrication technique at full scale. As a large and unmovable object, it reconfigures spatial flow and creates a visual transformation of color and shape as one walks around its exterior. Its inhabitable belly contains an atmosphere of varying hues and patterns as light passes through its colorful egg-crate exterior.

Design Team: DOTS

Project Manager
Jay Stevenson

Thank you to the Beaux Arts Ball Foundation, the 2012 Beaux Arts Ball volunteers, Rives Rash, and Michael Haas for helping realize this project.


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