61 burned digital prints mounted in frames, motors, steel brackets, 2 MAKE controllers, computer, camera, MAX.
Overall Dimensions Vary, Individual pieces are 9” x 9” x 1” framed.
Timeframe uses research from Professor Nalini Nadkarni (Evergreen State College) as a departure point. Nadkarni used NASA photographs of the earth to count the number of trees in the world. Using this data, which estimates that there are 61 trees per person the framed “tree cookies” spin as viewers move throughout the room. Burned areas in the digital prints reflect deforestation patterns at varying scale.
*MAX programming by Ricardo Rivera
*Thanks to the Laboratory for Tree Ring Research in Tucson, AZ