Hangzhou Triennial Of Fiber Art
Hangzhou, China / Sept 21 - Nov 20, 2013
Epiphyte Spring pursues a work founded in intimacy and touch. This works in quiet ways, setting out ghost-like crystalline forms following diagrids and textile forms in order to make lightweight, resonant scaffolds. Networks of simple computational devices and sensors allow viewers to be tracked, offering small increments of gentle muscular movements that register our own presence, rippling back to us, starting to offer a sense of breathing, ambient architecture. The structures of this space offer clutching, and pulling, imparting a fertile turbulence.