The original work, created in 2016, is a site-specific sculpture developed from hand-drawn individual rain droplets that were processed through digital mapping software and fully realized as a 3D installation. The ‘droplets’ from the original piece were made of paper-thin stainless-steel, super mirror, and monofilament. FREEZING RAIN (dichroic), 2018, a new work created for AURORA, has been reimagined with hand-drawn, dichroic Plexiglas raindrops representing a moment frozen in motion. The cascades of raindrops are suspended in time and space begging the viewer to contemplate their vantage point and their surroundings more slowly, more closely. For Crown, the dualities and relationships between nature and technology represent the conceptual underpinnings of her work. AURORA marks the second presentation of Crown’s work in Dallas. In April 2016, The Goss-Michael Foundation presented a solo exhibition of her work featuring an immersive video installation entitled Bearings Down.