Subject to Change: Urban Landscape and the Architecture of Place
From our earliest efforts to communicate who we are by drawing our “home”, the square with the triangle on top, home is an archetypal symbol. These house portraits explore home as an organic structure that has a natural lifespan. The architecture of “home” – the house itself – is a vessel for shared human experience and memories. Our homes are a reflection of who we are, they are also indicators of class, family life, how we want others to see us.
This majority of this work was created between 2015 and 2017 and was exhibited at Firecat Projects in Chicago, April 2017. The exhibition catalog is available for purchase. Read more and view the catalog.