The Geo-Cognition by Wendy Fok Reveals Four Geographic Locations

By: Meghan Young - Published: Feb 5, 2012 • References: studio-wf & mocoloco
Part of the Come Up To My Room 2012 show at the Toronto Design Offsite exhibition, Geo-Cognition by Wendy Fok is a flowing sculpture that casts several cityscape shadows when lit. Based on the concepts of projective geometry (duality principal) and the convergence theory, this installation depicts four geographic locations that have had a significant impact on the artist's life and career. Although she asks onlookers to guess what they are, two of them have been revealed to be Hong Kong and Manhattan.

Geo-Cognition by Wendy Fok is a unique art installation that combines complex concepts with the complexities of life. By doing so, however, it reveals in the end how simple things really can be. Stats for Cityscape Shadow Sculptures Trending: Older & Average
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