Studio 400’s “White” Installation
Fifth year architecture students from Karen Lange’s studio at Cal Poly wove together plastic sheeting to create a complex surface that fills an entire room. Reminds me of Numen’s Net.
Says one of the team members (via Bustler:)
We wanted to create a continuous surface that would bring spatial interest and social interaction to the gallery. The woven installation is a solution to providing students and faculty a setting to not only read about our projects, but also to enjoy the space.
The installation process took four days and 80,000 square feet of sheeting. Looks fun!
Here’s a video detailing more of the process:
Project Credits (again from Bustler):
Advisor: Professor Karen Lange
Studio 400 Team: Annie Bui, Ben Hait-Campbell, Ian Carney, Hanya Chen, Dion Dekker, Christina Hackett, Nathan Kiatkulpiboone, Mariko Kobayashi, Emily Kirwan, Mike Loree, Ross Majewski, Isshin Morimoto, Ryan Nevius, Nick Pappas, Alma Padilla-Iriarte, Farnoosh Rafaie, Pablo Sandoval, Shanna Sullivan, Joe Varholick, Cory Walker