Posted: 21 Feb 2014 07:50 AM PST
The concept is original, yet simple. Assistant Professor of Arts Technology Rick Valentin and his partner created a life-size physical visualization of all the lint that they collected from their clothes dryer during the last year.
The work thus consists of the actual lint, which was needle-felted onto a 26 foot (8m) long canvas banner as a sort of dot plot that references the metaphor of DNA analysis.
Watch the video below explaining the art work.