Quantum Confusion at Elizabeth Holden Gallery/ Warren Wilson College
Nov. 2- Dec. 12, 2015
|When a gallery has access to a scissor lift, installation will be easy|
My Quantum Physics conceptual installation Quantum Confusion has been re-invented at Elizabeth Holden Gallery at Warren Wilson College in Asheville, North Carolina. I've deconstructed, changed, and added to this piece over a couple of years, and it is always different. The full scale charcoal on plywood drawings I produce are intended to be very flexible modular units, ready at a moment to be staged in any setting that demonstrates an idea or behavioral situation.
|Warren Wilson is a small college with an unimaginably gorgeous campus in rural east Asheville, NC, and has an excellent vegan dining commons and primo coffee shop. My time there was indulgent.|
The exhibit also included class room involvement. (I always hope that the students get good marks on what they've written when this happens). I got to spend time talking to students and discussing my process. I brought in sketchbooks, and the battered remains of the marquette I made for the guide for how to construct this work, which involves hanging two sheets of 4' x 8' plexiglass from the ceiling to act as a portal for the multi-verse setting.
|My battered marquette for Quantum Confusion.|