Creative Consciousness was an installment of extremely abstract sculptures and wall art. Each piece has various colors and shape to them as if it were something out of a dream. In addition to viewing this art, viewers were given ChromaDepth 3D glasses to view the works in a three dimensional field. The glasses created spontaneous 3D images from the 2D designs on the sculptures. How the glasses worked with the sculptures was pulling the color red to the foreground of the wearer’s view and sorting the other colors into their positions on the rainbow; red, orange, yellow, green, blue, indigo, and violet.
Even with these strange shapes and patterns, the sculptures, one that were placed on the ground at least, should a strange sense of balance. Surprisingly enough, even the more unsteady looking pieces were holding up just fine on their own. But once the viewer puts on the ChromaDepth glasses, every sculpture in the gallery becomes a sort of optical light show and becomes very disorienting and almost hallucinative.