I love work that blurs the boundaries between the private and public. Perhaps it's the idealist in me, but whenever spaces become ways to connect people, I instantly think that's a pro for the rest of humanity.
Materials & Applications' yard displays have become Silver Lake landmarks. The work is showcased in a Long Beach museum exhibition.
Text by: Carren Jao
Edited by: Anne Colby
Published: 17 Mar 2014, Los Angeles Times
|Ball-Nogues' Maximillian's Schell was one of the early interventions at M&A. via We Make Money Not Art|
Past double-take-worthy installations include a golden-leafed Mylar canopy in the shape of a black hole by Ball-Nogues Studio, a motorized vegetative cover that opens and refolds like origami by Eddie Sykes and a sinuous, fire-shaped gazebo made of pressure-laminated panels by Edmund Ming-Yip Kwong. The installations turned the M&A yard into a local landmark — a pocket park in a privately owned space. [read more]