Creative Feast, 2010
Digital prints, cast crayon and cast paper. Dimensions variable.
As the viewer enters the space the environment transforms from a modern interior into a life-size color by number installation. The imagery teeters between an idealistic garden and a more realistic representation of what the undeveloped landscape may have looked like sans development. This garden, created by hanging large scale prints in the space, serves as a backdrop to the creative feast. The tables are set with cast paper centerpieces filled with realistic and fully functional cast crayon crudites. Blank sheets of white paper cover the table tops to providing a colorable surface for the attendees to interact with. Together the elements create a both dramatic visual space and an unobtrusive activity that would engage the viewer throughout the evening.
Commissioned for the Henry Art Galleryʼs 2010 Benefit Gala.