Client: University of Texas Medical Branch
Location: Galveston, TX, United States
Completion date: 2019
Artwork budget: $75,000
Skyline Art Services
University of Texas Medical Branch
The images in the sculpture were captured using various kinds of cameras and microscopes by the artist, the UTMB staff, and the Center for Disease Control. Seale works with a special digital camera of his own invention. Like a microscope or telescope, this camera expands our ability to perceive more about the nature of reality. Capturing a vertical slice of the scene over and over in rapid succession, it swaps the horizontal dimension of the photo for the dimension of time. Instead of mirroring the world as we know it, this camera records a hidden reality.
Beautification and Education
UV-cured ink printed onto acrylic. Stainless steel bands surround each image.