Paper Installation Made Of 10,000 Reused Cards
Four years in the making, MULTI-LIBRIUM is an
installation made up of more than 10,000 reused art invitations and
measures 50 feet x 23 feet. It seeks to challenge preconceived notions
of the traditional gallery space, delivering an engaging contemporary
installation where the use of space is limited only to the floor. The
installation examines and illustrates the concept of equilibrium in
which all biological systems co-exist, survive and function, a concept
that operates both on a cellular and exterior level. The installation
compares, contrasts and balances art and science, and creates soft
tension between the organic and geometric.
Solo exhibition of a site specific installation at BOX13
Artspace, 6702 Harrisburg Blvd., Houston, Texas, courtesy of Anya Tish
Gallery. July 14, 2012 - August 18, 2012.
about the creation of Multi-Librium in the following July 14, 2012
journalist Emily Feinstein: