Saturday, February 28, 2009

Caroline Lathan-Stiefel

Whorl, 2004-2006; fabric, pipe cleaners, yarn, pins, wire, thread, fruit nets, and lights. Galerie Articule, Montréal, Quebec. Photos by Guy L'Heureux. Untitled, 2008; pen and ink and gouache, collage on board, 13 X 7 1/4, Untitled, 2003; pen and ink, gouache on grid paper, 7 1/2 X 4 5/8, Patch (detail), 2006-07; fabric, pipe cleaners, yarn, pins, thread, wire, strawberry crates, lead weights, fruit nets, dry cleaning bags, straws, tacks, plastic grocery bags, and rubber fishing lures. Suyama Space, Seattle, WA. Photo credit: Eduardo Calderon, Untitled, 2008; pen and acrylic ink on paper, 11 1/2 X 12 1/2, Untitled, 2007; pen and ink collage on board, 11 3/4 X 13, Split Barrier from the exhibtion In Suspension, 2007-2008; fabric, pipe cleaners, yarn, pins, plastic, thread, fruit nets, plastic ties, styrofoam balls, tacks, and lead weights, Mason Gross Galleries, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey, Photo: Frank Magalhaes.

i love Caroline Lathan-Stiefel's use of simple materials like fruit nets, grocery bags and pipe cleaners to create complex forms and environments. her drawings are great, too.

1 comment:

  1. She has a show up at the DCCA right now - it's great!