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Walkthrough with Emmett Moore

Date & Time
3/28/2012 6:00 PM

Organization
Locust Projects

Primary Category
Art Exhibitions

Extras
Locust Projects is pleased to announce High, Low and in Between, an exhibition by Miami-based artist and designer Emmett Moore. The site-specific installation will inaugurate the Project Room of Locust Projects' new location on North Miami Avenue in Miami's Design District. A hybrid of interior design and sculpture, High, Low and in Between represents Moore's most deliberate blurring of the two disciplines to date. Operating as an all-encompassing, immersive environment, the installation incorporates various design elements that work together to create a cohesive whole. Though following the logic and aesthetic tenets of interior design, architecture, and furniture production, High, Low and in Between resists functionality in favor of aesthetic experience. Fascinated by patterns both manufactured and natural, Moore has fabricated by hand, a series of relief wall panels, and sculptural-architectural adaptations using a grid-based design process. Sourced from a variety of everyday patterns such as the security print found on the inside of envelopes, laminates, wood grain, and the covers of composition notebooks, the patterns in High, Low and in Between appear recurring, yet upon closer inspection, do not repeat exactly. By covering both two and three-dimensional surfaces with such patterns, Moore both recontextualizes these patterns and de-centers viewers by disrupting scale and depth perception.

Place
Locust Projects

Address
3852 North Miami Avenue
Miami, FL 33127

Ticket Cost
$0.00 - $0.00

Contact Name
Locust Projects

Contact Phone
305-576-8570




 
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