A site-specific installation of “Wall Villages“ inspired by cliff dwellings and the Adobe villages of the American Southwest created by folding and sewing cardboard boxes to create geometric yet organic shapes that nestle and stack together. The individual pieces are then joined together to create an abstract village emerging from the corner of the gallery space. By sewing, the handmade nature of the work is asserted, highlighting a time and labor-intensive process that echoes that of the mud communities which this abstract installation references. 

Green Hill Gallery, Berlin, Germany


Photography Credit: BobbiJo Brooks