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"A social space that is simultaneously physical and virtual" - art critic Mary Louise Schumacher

Studio Echelman installed its largest, most interactive sculpture installation to date at the TED Conference’s 30th anniversary, March 2014. The monumental aerial sculpture spanned 745 feet between the 24-story Fairmont Waterfront and the Vancouver Convention Center, challenging the artist to work on her most ambitious scale yet - over twice the size of her largest previous sculpture.

The sculpture was presented with an original, interactive work created in collaboration with artist Aaron Koblin, Creative Director of the Data Arts Team in Google's Creative Lab. At night the sculpture came to life as visitors were able to choreograph the lighting in real time using physical gestures on their mobile devices. Vivid beams of light were projected across a massive scale as the result of small movements on spectators’ phones.

In the daytime, the sculpture’s delicate yet monumental form is subtle, blending in with clouds and sky. A complex matrix of 860,000 hand and machine-made knots and 145 miles of braided fiber weighing nearly 3,500 pounds span 745 feet to make up Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks.

In order to achieve such scale and complexity, Echelman turned to Autodesk, a leader in 3D design software that seeks out interesting design problems. Autodesk collaborated with Studio Echelman to create custom 3D software to model the sculpture and test its feasibility. “The software has allowed me to explore density, shape, and scale in much greater detail,” says Echelman. “We can manipulate our designs and see the results immediately. We’re able to push the boundaries of our designs further.”

Made entirely of soft fibers, the sculpture can attach directly into existing city architecture. To support the artwork across such a large span, Echelman utilized Honeywell Spectra fiber, a lightweight, durable material 15 times stronger than steel by weight. It is designed to travel to cities around the globe after the 2014 TED Conference exhibition as an “idea worth spreading.”

This project embodies the infusion of art and technology, as both continuously evolve together. “I want people to feel protected, yet linked to open sky,” says Echelman. “I hope that visitors feel more connected to those around them - to neighbors and strangers.”

The title of the sculpture, ‘Skies Painted with Unnumbered Sparks’, refers to a quotation from Shakespeare’s ‘Julius Caesar’. Through the interactive lighting component, each person can choreograph light onto the artwork and "it’s about each one of us being one of those stars – those sparks – and being able to paint the skies,” says Echelman.

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Sophomore cornerback Josiah Scott secured the win for the defense in last year’s spring game.

He picked off Brian Lewerke late to give the defense a 30-23 lead, and then broke up a Lewerke pass to give the defense the 33-23 win.

But Saturday, Scott and the defense fell short, losing to the offense 32-30 on a 18-yard pass from redshirt freshman quarterback Rocky Lombardi to junior wide receiver Darrell Stewart Jr.

The first team defense played the majority of the game, but without their starting linebackers. Junior Joe Bachie was dressed, but didn’t play, while senior Andrew Dowell didn’t dress at all.

However, this did give headway for opportunity, especially to senior Grayson Miller who is transitioning this spring from a safety to a linebacker.

“He has a lot of knowledge of the game. He knows where to be all the time, and he brings it,” Scott said postgame. “I feel like I can count on him every time I look out there, and he’s on my side … That’s a real good piece — him moving to linebacker — because he knows how a defensive back will feel in different situations. He knows.”

The Georgetown, Kentucky native collected seven tackles in the annual game, earning him one of the few notable recognitions at the end of the game.

The spring game was Miller’s first time playing linebacker in front of an audience outside the program, but he said he played well. He said he thought he played well in space and made some open field tackles, but needs to get more reps at linebacker, which is something that comes with time.

“I think it's kind of the reason I play linebacker and why they brought me down and why I'm doing the things I do,” Miller said. “But, that just comes with more reps and something I'll continue to work on all summer and take it into the fall.”

And it’s also something he'd much rather do than chasing opposing wide receivers in the secondary.

“(Miller) told me he’d rather bang his head against a 300-pound man than have to run with 4.4 guy in the vertical,” defensive coordinator and linebackers coach Mike Tressel said after a March 27 practice. “So he’s all in and doing a good job.”

With the departure of former linebacker Chris Frey, there’s an open starting spot in the linebacking core. That spot has mostly been contested between sophomore Brandon Randle and junior Tyriq Thompson.

“Brandon is a guy that’s very athletic, as everybody knows. Can make plays,” head coach Mark Dantonio said.

Thompson played mostly at middle linebacker Saturday, while Randle played as an outside linebacker. Thompson’s play at the MIKE was his first of the spring, Dantonio said.

“We'll see how he did, but both those guys have had good, solid springs,” Dantonio said. “They're competing on a daily basis and we'll see how it shakes out, but good football players.”

Miller said if he performs well and the coaches take notice, he’ll get playing time. Because at the end of the day, in the MSU program, “the best players will play.”

“You know if on a certain day or a certain practice I’m the best player, I’m going to have my opportunity to play,” Miller said. “I think if you just take that mindset, only good things can happen.”

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Marta Jewson covers education in New Orleans for The Lens. She began her reporting career covering charter schools for The Lens and helped found the hyperlocal news site Mid-City Messenger. Jewson returned to New Orleans in the fall of 2014 after covering education for the St. Cloud Times in Minnesota. She graduated from the University of Wisconsin-Madison with majors in journalism and social welfare and a concentration in educational policy studies.