Nadine Emmons is a recent graduate of the 3D4M program at the University of Washington. Influenced by early modernist photographers such as Stieglitz and Weston, Nadine’s structural installations focus on light, perception, and the natural world. Drawn to glass for its scientific capacity to alter light, her practice incorporates audience participation and scale to investigate the body’s relationship to objects and space. She seeks playful exploration in her work, hoping to educate and excite her audience of the phenomenal world. Through understanding the ways in which humans collect and process the world, she believes we can start important conversations around our reality, perception, and communication.