Jacob M Fisher
A Theorem: Remembered is a sculptural, site-specific string and light installation by Jacob M Fisher an American installation artist living in New York City. The work has been commissioned for this year's Lightscape 2021 at Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
Jacob M Fisher (b.1992) is an American installation artist, primarily working with string & light. Fisher lives and works in New York City. He earned his BA in studio art from Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York. His large-scale, site-specific installations have been exhibited nationally at institutions such as The Cornell Museum of Art & American Culture (Delray Beach, FL), and The Moxi Museum of Exploration + Innovation (Santa Barbara, CA). He has a forthcoming solo exhibition at Five Myles Gallery (Brooklyn, NY) and has previously exhibited at Nonfinito Gallery (New York, NY), On Canal (New York, NY), Portion.io (New York, NY), and Lightbox (New York, NY). Fisher’s past commissions include: Disney Freeform, Hilton, Tidal, TRESemmé, Thomson Reuters, Rosé Mansion, and Showfields.
A Theorem: Remembered is a sculptural, site-specific string and light installation. Colorful string is fastened to a 3D metal pyramid structure, which resembles a coniferous tree. The installation incorporates over 50,000 feet of paracord tied horizontally and vertically to the 35-foot tall by 20-foot wide metal tree. Interlacing patterns on the surface of the structure create the illusion of depth. Highlighting that sense of depth, are multi-colored geometric projections, mapped onto the artwork. The dynamic projections contrast and accentuate the structural shapes, colors, and patterns, making the piece different from moment to moment. Fisher juxtaposes the fluid nature of the pliable paracord and moving video projections against the rigid, geometric backdrop of the metal pyramid. The result is a monumental structure with an airy feel.
A Theorem: Remembered
Lightscape, Brooklyn Botanical Garden