The small sunbox was reconceived as a large scale installation. By turing the sunbox upside down and adding an oculus the project could function as a public clock/calendar. Light could fall through the roof occulus and pass back out through an aperature casting a beam on shadowed ground. Each element of the constructed assembly  was solely  generated by sun geometry.  

Sunbox as public projector of time/light

translation from solid to thick lattice construction

Fins grow as needed to occlude light and create virtual openings

constructed sun aperture

from inside the installation

From some angles the construction is transparent

From other views the density of elements becomes apparent

Fired earthenware markers register light and time