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Interstitial Volume

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In Interstitial Volume, Henry Jackson-Spieker utilizes strategically positioned light, reflective materials, and monofilament to create immersive sculptures with positive and negative volumes that appear to shift as visitors move through them. These resulting visual blind spots and distortions act as a metaphor for the things we don’t see or question in our everyday surroundings. In this way, Jackson-Spieker’s works engage viewers by forcing them to confront how they navigate and respond to their environment, indirectly posing the question: For what and whom is this space intended? These questions illuminate how the act of altering movement through the studio can in turn encourage new forms of engagement, discovery, and self-reflection from the community.

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