Perverse Furniture was a group exhibition that upset conventional notions of furniture to explore a range of materially expressive and emotionally intelligent “designs for the body”. Organized on the 100th Anniversary of the Bauhaus, this exhibition explored how three generations of U.S. based artists grapple with the German school’s legacies and ideological roots.
The work I presented was a retrofit of work from a previous exhibition, Science For A Better Life.
Building Our Future
Cabinets from Bayer Pharmaceuticals, Polyurethane foam, pigment, acrylic, oil, magazine pages, magnets, found objects, single channel digital video, sound
124” x 145” x 103”
Photographs courtesy Jessica Smolinski.