Room with a Skew

Installation — I filled an atrium corridor with a series of movable scrims that flanked the room, windows, and an entry. My audience could slide the end of one plane, causing each to shift and reshape the space. A series of ropes and pulleys connected the fabric, holding it taut across rollers that were tensioned to the floor and ceilings by cable. I fabricated each component to recede visually, allowing the shifting canvases of color to define the space, filter the light, and direct the movement of people.

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