An Endless Glass Space is a meditation on the materiality of glass in physical and digital environments. The piece reflects on glass’s use in representational systems and the geologic processes that underlie the production of glass. Built in Unity gaming software and combining 3-D scanning with filmic techniques, An Endless Glass Space engages multiple photographic forms while exploring the material that many photographic processes might be said to rely most upon.
Tracy Abbott Szatan is a lens-based artist working across video, photography, glass, and installation. Her current research considers biological and technological mechanisms of perception and the relationship of perceptual technologies to geologic materials as a means to engage with and dwell in expansive notions of time. Her work has been exhibited internationally, including at The Center for Performance Research, Plaxall Gallery and Trestle Art Space (NY); Highways Performance Space and Raid Projects, (LA); Agora Collective (Berlin); and Spier Light Art Festival (Cape Town). She received her B.A. magna cum laude in Modern Culture & Media from Brown University and is currently a graduate candidate and teaching associate at The Ohio State University where she is also a co-curator of Cineseries, a graduate-led film screening series at the Wexner Center for the Arts.