act grad featured in studio lab

Floor van de Velde Studio.
ACT at MIT

“Floor van de Velde, a master’s candidate in the MIT program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT), is attracted to reflective surfaces. She works in her studio a lot at night, when her experimentations in light appear so intensely radiant as to be almost tangible. “They start to vibrate,” van de Velde told us, referring to the neon stripes of orange arranged in a woven pattern on her work table. Indeed, her forays into the perceptual phenomena of light, sound, and space reveal the slippage between the immaterial and the physical.” — Center for Art, Science & Technology

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