AUTHOR: Cristiana Wilcoxon
CATEGORY: Space & Place
CREATOR COMMENTARY: This photo series depicts pieces of high-voltage power cables responsible for the transference of power across long distances. High-voltage power cables are utilized for longer distances as they carry a lower-rate of line loss than low-voltage cables, despite being more hazardous from a safety standpoint. Colored lighting transforms the hybrid carbon and glass fiber composite core into a visual representation of the electrical power it transmits.
Cristiana took her first photograph when she was eight and hasn’t put down a camera since. She writes and photographs for Jet-Lagged Magazine, an Orange-County based online publication for the college academic. She enjoys improv comedy, blogging, and reading Batman-related graphic novels.