The Shrine of Clean - Stainless Steel Masks
Located in C Street
This diorama consists of 3 masks made from mirror-polished stainless steel and silicon bronze filler rod. The masks were then heat treated using an oxy acetylene torch to add a gradient of color to the material. They are loosely inspired by East Asian and Central American folklore, and folk art. One mask depicts a Devil, another depicts a skeleton, and another is based on a Japanese Yokai, or Demon, named Nuribotoke.
The Shrine of Clean - Stainless Steel Masks Contributors
The credits page is organized by different levels of contribution: Exhibition, Anchor Space or Project.
You’re on a project page within the C Street Anchor Space in the Convergence Station Exhibition.
- Max Blake Lead Artist
- Charles Tuttle Exhibition Creative Engineer
- Emily Markwiese Technical Integrator
- Jake Snider Lighting Designer
- Joel Bartlett Lead Technical Fabricator
- Joseph Hecker Technical Fabricator
- Joseph Yatsky Production Designer
- Joshua Myers Production Manager
- Kevin Sennott Technical Fabricator