past Exhibition

    Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, Lead Pencil Studio, Extended Collapse (installation view), 2011. Plaster, wood, metal, DVD projection, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists. © Lead Pencil Studio. Photo: Bill Timmerman

    Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, Lead Pencil Studio, Extended Collapse (installation view), 2011. Plaster, wood, metal, DVD projection, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists. © Lead Pencil Studio. Photo: Bill Timmerman

    Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, Lead Pencil Studio, Welcome Fragment (installation view), 2011. Wood, electrical wiring, plastics, polystyrene foam, paint, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists. © Lead Pencil Studio. Photo: Bill Timmerman

    Annie Han and Daniel Mihalyo, Lead Pencil Studio, Welcome Fragment (installation view), 2011. Wood, electrical wiring, plastics, polystyrene foam, paint, dimensions variable. Courtesy of the artists. © Lead Pencil Studio. Photo: Bill Timmerman

Architecture + Art: Extended Collapse


Jun 25 – Oct 16, 2011

Description

The second exhibition in SMoCA’s groundbreaking series Architecture + Art featured Seattle-based duo Annie Han and Dan Mihalyo of Lead Pencil Studio. The pair created a site-specific installation responding to the context of SMoCA’s gallery space both past and present. Their subtle, poetic sensibility explored notions of volume, time and memory as these concepts are imbued in architectural spaces.

 

Organized by the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art