Vienna, Austria 2008
If an iconic building maintains a banal one-liner relationship between figure and form, Technicolor Bloom tests figure at its most undefined and indeterminate: patterns reinforce a certain geometry one moment and cloud it the next; figures emerge separately and simultaneously fuse together. The installation proposes a variation of architectural figure that never produces specific meanings, but evokes only loose, variable associations, remaining in the realm of affect.
Technicolor Bloom was first installed at Sliver Gallery, Vienna
with Rob Henderson, Dumene Comploi, Elizabeth Brauner, Eva Diem, Manfred Herman, Maja Ozvaldic, Anna Psenicka, Bika Rebek