White Box Nine is one of a series of works in landscape format contained in a glossy white box. Each of these pieces is lit by LED strips, powered by a lithium polymer battery. In order to preserve battery life the lights are operated by a sensor that only turns on when somebody stands in front of it.
This work is based on a hexagonal grid. Each hexagon is then divided into six parts and each part lies on a separate layer and has a separate colour. The effect is rather like a spiral staircase moving back into the work.
This work is now on the wall of Alan’s hall. Alan is the man who runs Applied Cutting Systems in Ashford. All my work is cut from .dxf files on his machines.
Dimensions: 460 x 355 x 110
Materials: card, foam card, tissue paper
Lights: LED strip powered by a Lithium Polymer battery
Light Colour: Rosco Supergel
Price: No longer available