Tetracluster is a series of projection-mapped installations composed of wall-mounted tetrahedrons, or three-sided pyramids. Early prototypes were composed of up-cycled packaging and cardboard. Later, lightweight foam-core versions were created. A 6' stretched canvas version (pictured above) was created for Skinetic Zone, a production made in collaboration with Footloose Dance Company of San Francisco, CA.
The visuals created for the series evolved from 2013 to 2016, often drawing inspiration from real materials and textures. The installations were controllable and interactive with devices such as iPads, Leap Motion, Myo Armbands, and Kinect.