Exploring time, space, and geometries, Crown’s practice investigates how landscapes can exist in many forms and dimensions. While in the air over the mountains in South Africa in 2012, Crown sketched moving through time and space. The marks created an index of her experience and interaction with the patterns of the world in a tangible way. These Helicopter Drawings were transformed into immersive landscapes digitally and physically, inverting the micro into the macro. Common in Crown’s practice is her ability to look closely to reveal landscapes otherwise unseen. Whether via digital animations or extracting 3D objects from 2-dimensional works, her process yields knowledge. It is “in” formation.