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  untitled (window series),  porcelain with glaze on steel rods. 2011- on going  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

untitled (window series), porcelain with glaze on steel rods. 2011- on going

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

  untitled (window series) , porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

untitled (window series), porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

  untitled (window series) , porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

untitled (window series), porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

  untitled (window series) , porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

untitled (window series), porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

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  untitled (window series),  porcelain with glaze on steel rods. 2011- on going  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.
  untitled (window series) , porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.
  untitled (window series) , porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.
  untitled (window series) , porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.  Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.
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untitled (window series), porcelain with glaze on steel rods. 2011- on going

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

untitled (window series), porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

untitled (window series), porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

untitled (window series), porcelain and glaze on steel. 2011 - on going.

Developed during my graduate school research 2011-2013, this work is a continuation of considerations around the permeability of space as a metaphor for form extension, and the blurred line between inside and out. Based on experiences and time living in Japan (2008-2009), the shoji screen is a catalyst and acts, like all architectural surfaces, as epidermis and intermediary between public/private, and the defined function and interpretation of a space.

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