Flashlight is a pavilion created by 7 objects set in a landscape. Together the objects create a canopy of light on the site and a beacon to the surrounding environment. Amongst the objects, a fluid space occurs for exhibitions, people and presentations.
To efficiently utilize raw materials, each object is made of a series of prefabricated “building blocks”. Each block is designed to slip over the one that precedes it and be latched into place for simple assembly and removal. As the forms are assembled re-usable river rocks are added as ballast to eliminate any permanent structure.
The objects themselves provide surfaces and spaces for exhibition and occupation, creating the possibility for multiple configurations. Derivative base shapes mixed in with the objects act as podiums for sculpture and display. Flashlight is a duet of objects and light designed to accommodate evolving locations and curatorial voices.