Diffuse objects surround us, solids so spread out that we pass within them. This project considers this play of orders of scale. In Snowfall, I use a laser scanner (LiDAR), normally used to 3d-scan architecture, to capture snowflakes “mid-flight" as they fall, mapping each of their locations within a chosen scan area. The scan area is roughly 18 million cubic meters, and over 300 meters tall and wide. I use these coordinates to make the surface of each of the nine objects that are on display in the exhibition. In this way each object is a collection of snowflakes connected, like a 3d version of "connect the dots", and exists within the field of snowflakes as a diffuse object. The objects here represent small-scale models of what are actually gigantic objects.