Point was first created for an exhibition at the Arco Center for Visual Art in April and May of 1981. After showing at Percept it was shown at SIGGRAPH 1982 and The Boston Museum of Contemporay Art.

Point is 106" x 106" square, constructed of aluminum panels and light-emitting diodes (LED's). Point constantly changes, forming pre-programmed sequences of movement. Terrill Moore of MCCI wrote the program and designed the dedicated microprocessor built by Dan Sternglass, Ken Burdick and others.
Point is presently in storage and available for exhibition.

Arco catalog for Point

Point at Percept

Point installed at Percept
The lights are a time exposure of many patterns.