Friendship Runes: Interactive Art Form



Interactive Electronic, Mixed Media, Wall Hanging Sculpture, made out of 94% salvaged materials, including acrylic, aluminum, brass and M.D.O. This 4 layer sculpture is  36" tall x 4" deep.

Limited Edition of 20. Signed by artist. Each one is handcrafted.

 By Victoria L. Croasdell




This interactive sculpture features solar energy, electronics, light patterns, and reactionary effects combined with a sculptural form. 

Runs off of one grounded plug, for solar panel option please inquire.

The sculpture is designed to react to it's environment through interpreting shadows and light. The electronics in it's interior are designed to respond to their surroundings by creating light patterns.

The light patterns are soft shades of blue. The On-Off switch is located in an easy to reach recess on the back of the sculpture.
The acrylic crystalline segments are illuminated by numerous super bright LED's which are controlled by a PC board inside the sculpture.

This sculpture is an example of sensory inputs and  reactionary effects in electronic systems, timing & randomizing theory, visual & wave length specific electromagnetic spectrum and photons.

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Our exhibits have a long service life expectancy, with many units still functioning smoothly at 10 years plus. They are so easy to maintain and repair, that it usually takes regular museum staff only 15 to 20 minutes.







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