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Slipstream Installation

Alluding to Lebbeus Woods' 2010 'Slipstreaming' drawings of flow, the installation at the Bridge Gallery in New York  is a single drawing extruded through the gallery space and cut away to produce a set of interconnected spaces. The linear extrusion acts as both structure and dynamic visual filter, shifting views through the installation and between the spaces it defines. It's integrity as a structure is masked by both its redundancy and bright coloration.  Employing gradients that diffuse and coalesce along its length, color amplifies the undulating lines, establishing cross currents that intensify as visual eddies.  Irreducible to form, structure, or graphic, Slipstream is a combined phenomenon of the three.

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Status: Built
Location: New York, NY, US
Additional Credits: With Teoman Ayas, Robert Cannavino and Jacqueline Kow, supported by Elise Jaffe and Jeffrey Brown