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An Artistic Commemoration of Frankenstein’s Bicentennial

Reflecting Frankenstein is a series of 2D installations created by Nick Love for Stanford University’s Frankenstein@200 program, designed to explore the interdisciplinary nature of the novel’s relevance to science, medicine, humanities, and the arts on the occasion of its 200th anniversary of publication. The central pieces of the installation are 2 life-sized mosaic figures measuring ~4’ x 8’, half acrylic mirror, half wood veneer, laser-etched with dermatomal lines and patterns generated by juxtaposed Langer and Blaschko lines. Throughout the day, passersby see their mirrored reflections in the installation, and the morning sunrise reflects off the colored mirror dermatome shapes, casting a moving “living” rainbow on the tile floor. This time-lapse video comprises ~50 minutes of sunrise captured on April 20, 2018.

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