"Inhabitable Drawing, A Carpet Landscape" explores and expands traditional concepts of drawing. In order to “erase the limits of architecture,” I use hand-cut pieces of carpet (repurposed from cast-offs from a local hotel) to create an “inhabitable” space of artistic wonder and beauty.
Using a material like carpet, that alludes to the idea of home and comfort, and pushing those limits, I create a flowing environment that affects the way we perceive the space and where the drawing becomes inhabitable.
We'll also have two designers on hand for those interested in local artisan gift-giving. Deborah Sciales is a Bay Area-based designer specialized in wearable finery as art and Claudia Kussano, jewelry designer inspired by organic shapes that evoke a symbiotic awareness of the world and our spiritual surroundings.
Join me to experience this unusual installation while enjoying holiday treats and the “literate, melodic” music of two local acoustic singer-songwriters.
Inhabitable Drawing, A Carpet Landscape
Sunday Dec 4, 4pm, concert at 5pm
614 Alabama St @ 18th
San Francisco, CA 94110
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