A gif of the exhibition title, Ambrosia, in Hoss Sharp with various glyphs and images shuffling and replacing random letters in the word.

Lydia Shull

A glyph of a paintbrush.


This project was developed with the idea of keeping something permanent or present for a long  time as well as preserving the secrecy of it being there. The art will display a gallery of work that  the designer has created since attending the university. Using augmented reality, viewers can watch the invisible become invisible, as well as see the unique style of the artist. There will be  flyers with a QR code that leads the viewer to a website featuring a video of the demonstration on the roof of Pollak.

A crystal or glass orb sitting on a wooden surface outdoors. In the orb is an upside down reflection of a landscape covered in trees and brush, with a bright blue sky and white puffy clouds. The background outside of the orb is a blurred green and blue of the landscape.
Handwritten signature from Lydia Shull in black.