A public art installation by Christina Geros MAUD, MLA ’15,
winner of the biennial Radcliffe Institute Public Art Competition
Spring 2015–Summer 2017
Susan S. and Kenneth L. Wallach Garden
Cambridge, MA 02138
Harvard Graduate School of Design student Christina Geros MAUD, MLA ’15 is the winner of the second Radcliffe Institute public art competition with her innovative design Latent (e)Scapes. Acrylic scapes are lit from within and below by internal LED lighting. Using a combination of infrared and ultrasound proximity sensors the scapes react to natural forces and the movement of pedestrians in the garden.
Latent (e)Scapes is located in the Wallach Garden of the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. Night viewings are recommended to experience the full effect of this responsive art installation.