In March 2016, Krugman Studio designed, fabricated and installed a 21-ft tall spiraling brass light sculpture for the MS Konigsdamm, a new luxury cruiseliner by Holland America. The sculpture was built in two separate sections in Brooklyn and shipped to Italy for installation on board the ship. Titled, Quad Helix, the artwork incorporates parabolic curves and dozens of custom LED light elements. It runs on low-voltage DC and consumes under 200 watts of electricity.
To create the sculptures intricately twisting structure, the team heated brass tubing to over 1000 degrees F with oxyacetylene torches, and used gravity, heat and water to control its movement and ductility. A set of custom bending jigs were created to slump and pull the brass tubing into its final spiraling paths.
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All work is made by Jason Krugman Studio in his Navy Yard studio in Brooklyn.