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  • Slipstream
    new york NEW YORK

    Site specific installation, Bridge Gallery (NYC)
    July 2012

    Inspired by Lebbeus Woods’s Slipstreaming drawings, the installation is made from over one thousand CNC cut plywood pieces that notch together to create an undulating, dynamically patterned and brightly colored wall. Developed as the extrusion of a 2-dimensional drawing through the gallery space, the structure is then cut away to produce a set of interconnected 3-dimensional spaces. The project develops novel forms of digital drawing, “egg-crate” type assemblies typical in stick built construction, and our ability to describe and produce the dynamics of flow and turbulence, phenomena that have fascinated artists at least since Leonardo Da Vinci.

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  • Slipstream
    new york NEW YORK

    “At least since Leonardo Da Vinci’s first attempts to describe turbulence, architects have been fascinated by the dynamics of flow—perhaps seeking an escape from the solid, stable nature of buildings. Beginning in the 1990’s, architects have used digital software to imbue structures and spaces with some of the same qualities as Da Vinci’s meticulous drawings: fluidity, undulation, instability and temporality. But while software has allowed architects to create novel, dynamic forms digitally, they have struggled to translate these qualities to the physicality of the material world. Slipstream is a physical structure that confronts that leap directly, translating a 2-D digital line drawing into 3-D space.”

    Opening 07/12, 07.00-9.00pm
    07/12-08/24 / Bridge Gallery
    98 Orchard Street
    new york, NEW YORK

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