“With its compelling, subtle imagery and sophisticated use of digital technology,” said Lincoln Center president Jed Bernstein in a press release. “John’s work will be of interest not only to visual art fans and casual passers-by, but also to those who follow gaming and environmental technology.” Also from the release:
The team of modelers, and programmers, using a sophisticated video game engine. Simultaneously over a 24-hour period the point of view will cycle from ground level to a satellite view every 60 minutes, creating an elaborate choreography among perspectives, 10,000 turning mirrors, and a dramatic interplay of light and shadow.
"Solar Reserve (Tonopah, Nevada) 2014" will be on view at Lincoln Center in New York from October 3 through December 1, 2014.