translucent cobalt vinyl star maps

Deep blue star maps fitted onto the windows of the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art depict constellations from the Northern Hemisphere.  Pinholes in the maps represent the stars, so that as the sun rises each day it projects constellations on the walls and floor.  As the sun travels from east to west, and clouds obscure its face, the sunlight shifts and flickers; no two moments in this cosmic cinema are the same.