Flow

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  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

  • La Chambre Blanche, exhibition view

    latex paint, approximately 41 m of running wall

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Flow (2009) was produced while in residence at the gallery La Chambre Blanche in Quebec. It is the first in-situ decorative environment I have created using enlarged elements of the Spirograph toy, a straight edge and a pulley system. Each continuous line undulates in flowing curves on the north and south facing walls and demarcates the east and west surfaces with straight bands of varying thickness. Through delineating the space with two systems of lines the architectural details were highlighted while also modifying the experience in the space with the optical effects that filled the viewer’s field of vision.

Flow (2009) was produced while in residence at the gallery La Chambre Blanche in Quebec. It is the first in-situ decorative environment I have created using enlarged elements of the Spirograph toy, a straight edge and a pulley system. Each continuous line undulates in flowing curves on the north and south facing walls and demarcates the east and west surfaces with straight bands of varying thickness. Through delineating the space with two systems of lines the architectural details were highlighted while also modifying the experience in the space with the optical effects that filled the viewer’s field of vision.