Articulate Project Space

An exhibition of large paper works – cut, torn, edited street posters

This artist run space is a large warehouse occupied by five resident artists. The building invites experimentation for artists using spacial dynamics that are not available in regular size studios.

Within this exhibition space I worked with the architectural forms to change the dynamics of my paper creations, using levels throughout the building, the weight of heavy wooden support beams, open space to the roof, skylights, and large spanning walls. Hanging works so they would float throughout the building. The holes cut into these large found posters become peepholes that both mask and reveal structural qualities of their environment.


This collection of paper works is an exploration of line through random tearing, and layering from pulling apart and assembling.


10 ft paper tear, on wood

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The joy of being a pickle