Jonathan Prince’s Wave Form series captures the topography of our oceans’ surfaces and the effects that weather has upon it in the solid form of stainless steel. Prince is working with data provided by the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and NASA reuniting him with the two organizations he had previously worked with on the Hologlobe Project he created for the Smithsonian Institution.
"The connection to NOAA and NASA is important to me as I have a strong sense that the work will resonate with the scientific community as well as the art world and attract attention to the beauty and importance of our oceans."
Prince was the creator of the Hologlobe Project (1996) which was exhibited at The Smithsonian Museum of Natural History and served as principal investigator and program manager for the project in partnership with DARPA and NSF, NASA and NOAA.)
Wave Wall (Diptych)
Aluminum / Transparent Color
34 x 120 x 4 inches | 86 x 305 x 10 cm
High Chromium Stainless Steel
8.5 x 44 x 24 inches | 22 x 112 x 61 cm
18 x 16 x 16 inches | 46 x 41 x 41 cm
Anodized Solid Billet Aluminum
6 x 12 x 12 inches | 15 x 30 x 30 cm
Cambrian Black Granite
30 x 69 x 89 inches
Bronze Wave I
Fabricated Silicon Bronze
2.5 x 18 x 9.5 inches | 6 x 46 x 24 cm