TRILATERAL: Carbon Natural | Empirical Infinity | Particles of Light is an exhibition of works by the J. Irwin Miller M. Arch program's Ana Meza and R. Spencer Steenblik. The exhibition showcases a collaborative project and one project from each participant. The name has deep reference to each project. Simple connections include the molecularly inspired axial symmetry fundamental to the Carbon Natural project; the exhibition title also refers to Empirical Infinity's subject matter for a homonym; and Particles of Light uses three pavilions to harken back to the title.
A closing reception for the exhibition will be held Thursday, March 2 from 6:30 to 8 p.m.
Ana C. Meza is a sculpture artist from Colombia based in Columbus, IN. In 2008 she immigrated from Colombia to the United States. She graduated with a Bachelor of Interior Architecture and sculpture degree from Indiana University. She developed a series of sculptures inspired by design, patterns, and structures like buildings, bridges, stairs, and ladders. More at anameza.info.
R. Spencer Steenblik has built, taught, published, exhibited, and curated globally. His work negotiates vernacular and advanced digital processes through interdisciplinary, sustainable and natural inspiration, to create urban intricacy and interactive spaces. His practice, phi architecture, focuses on designing across scales. He holds a masters in architecture from SCI-Arc. More at phi.archi.