I'm thrilled to announce that HIVE is currently exhibiting at the Danforth Museum of Art in Framingham, MA. It will be in the installation room for the month of January 2013.
HIVE is a collaborative project that explores the chemistry among people when they work together with hands busy and minds free.
Aluminum screen chambers are stitched with steel wire and assembled into a growing matrix representative of the community effort and time spent together.
The material is non-traditional but suggestive of fabric.
The wire stitching is simple, welcoming all levels of experience to participate.
The result is a sculpture that grows organically from the contributions of chambers that are as individual as the participants who create them.
HIVE is currently hanging and growing in the installation room of the Danforth Museum. I will be facilitating three gatherings in January to introduce more participants to the project.
You are cordially invited to join us!
January 19, 10-12pm
January 24, 1-3 pm
January 31, 4-6 pm