Abundance , installation at Facebook Washington D.C.
Abundance , installation at Facebook Washington D.C.

Abundance is a site-specific installation that loosely references architectural forms, interior design, and domestic spaces. The visually rich elements in the hanging garlands, adorned like curtains, allude to the beauty of nature we see out our windows. Abundance evokes the feeling of both indoor and outdoor spaces, while encouraging viewers to question these sights through the lens of class, and how social and economic status can contribute to varying degrees of views and perceptions

2019

Abundance, installation at Facebook in Washington D.C.
Abundance, installation at Facebook in Washington D.C.


Abundance
is a site-specific installation that loosely references architectural forms, interior design, and domestic spaces. The visually rich elements in the hanging garlands, adorned like curtains, allude to the beauty of nature we see out our windows. Abundance evokes the feeling of both indoor and outdoor spaces, while encouraging viewers to question these sights through the lens of class, and how social and economic status can contribute to varying degrees of views and perceptions

Abundance
Abundance

2019, Acrylic, wood, steel, paper, latex paint, mixed media

26’ x 8’ x 6”

Abundance, installation at Facebook Washington D.C.
Abundance, installation at Facebook Washington D.C.

2019, Acrylic, wood, steel, paper, latex paint, mixed media

26’ x 8’ x 6”

Abundance detail
Abundance detail

2019, Acrylic, wood, steel, paper, latex paint, mixed media

26’ x 8’ x 6”

Mesmerism Pendant Lights
Mesmerism Pendant Lights

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

Mesmerism Pendant lights detail
Mesmerism Pendant lights detail

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

Mesmerism Pendant light detail
Mesmerism Pendant light detail

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

Mesmerism Pendant Lights
Mesmerism Pendant Lights

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

The Artificial Order of Things
The Artificial Order of Things

site-specific window installation at Mixed Greens gallery, NYC

2015

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Bliss
Bliss

Fabric, ribbon, thread, found objects, wood 
7' x 11' x 7"

site- specific work made for the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico for Art in Embassies, 2013

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Co-Lab(oration): Pattern Perception A collaborative installation by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone-McCreesh and Katie Duffy
Co-Lab(oration): Pattern Perception A collaborative installation by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone-McCreesh and Katie Duffy

2015, Pattern Perception, School 33, Baltimore, MD.

A mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

Co-Lab(oration) Amy Boone-MCreesh, Katie Duffy, Kyle Bauer
Co-Lab(oration) Amy Boone-MCreesh, Katie Duffy, Kyle Bauer

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

Co-Lab(oration) detail
Co-Lab(oration) detail

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

Co-Lab(oration) details
Co-Lab(oration) details

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

 2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.  Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

 2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.  Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

Abundance , installation at Facebook Washington D.C.
Abundance, installation at Facebook in Washington D.C.
Abundance
Abundance, installation at Facebook Washington D.C.
Abundance detail
Mesmerism Pendant Lights
Mesmerism Pendant lights detail
Mesmerism Pendant light detail
Mesmerism Pendant Lights
The Artificial Order of Things
mgwindow.jpg
mgwindowday.jpg
8MGwindow.jpg
mgwindownightdetail.jpg
migwindownight.jpg
mgwindowfullview.jpg
Bliss
blissdetail.jpg
Co-Lab(oration): Pattern Perception A collaborative installation by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone-McCreesh and Katie Duffy
Co-Lab(oration) Amy Boone-MCreesh, Katie Duffy, Kyle Bauer
Co-Lab(oration) detail
Co-Lab(oration) details
 2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.  Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.
 2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.  Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.
Abundance , installation at Facebook Washington D.C.

Abundance is a site-specific installation that loosely references architectural forms, interior design, and domestic spaces. The visually rich elements in the hanging garlands, adorned like curtains, allude to the beauty of nature we see out our windows. Abundance evokes the feeling of both indoor and outdoor spaces, while encouraging viewers to question these sights through the lens of class, and how social and economic status can contribute to varying degrees of views and perceptions

2019

Abundance, installation at Facebook in Washington D.C.


Abundance
is a site-specific installation that loosely references architectural forms, interior design, and domestic spaces. The visually rich elements in the hanging garlands, adorned like curtains, allude to the beauty of nature we see out our windows. Abundance evokes the feeling of both indoor and outdoor spaces, while encouraging viewers to question these sights through the lens of class, and how social and economic status can contribute to varying degrees of views and perceptions

Abundance

2019, Acrylic, wood, steel, paper, latex paint, mixed media

26’ x 8’ x 6”

Abundance, installation at Facebook Washington D.C.

2019, Acrylic, wood, steel, paper, latex paint, mixed media

26’ x 8’ x 6”

Abundance detail

2019, Acrylic, wood, steel, paper, latex paint, mixed media

26’ x 8’ x 6”

Mesmerism Pendant Lights

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

Mesmerism Pendant lights detail

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

Mesmerism Pendant light detail

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

Mesmerism Pendant Lights

Collaboration with designer Jess Hammer, 2018. Copper, acrylic, brass, stone, fabric, beads, mixed media 3’ of ornamented cord, 3 prong plug or hard wired option

The Artificial Order of Things

site-specific window installation at Mixed Greens gallery, NYC

2015

Bliss

Fabric, ribbon, thread, found objects, wood 
7' x 11' x 7"

site- specific work made for the U.S. Consulate in Monterrey, Mexico for Art in Embassies, 2013

Co-Lab(oration): Pattern Perception A collaborative installation by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone-McCreesh and Katie Duffy

2015, Pattern Perception, School 33, Baltimore, MD.

A mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

Co-Lab(oration) Amy Boone-MCreesh, Katie Duffy, Kyle Bauer

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

Co-Lab(oration) detail

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

Co-Lab(oration) details

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

2015, Pattern Perception, is a mixed-media installation conceived, in collaboration, by Kyle Bauer, Amy Boone McCreesh and Katie Duffy. This project is an immersive site-specific installation that re-imagines the new Clement Street side main entrance of School 33 Art Center In Baltimore, MD. Printed vinyl, painted walls, projections and decorative 3-D elements create a dizzying visual experience.

Co-Lab(oration) is supported by the Robert Rauschenberg Foundation’s Artistic Innovation and Collaboration Program, which supports fearless and innovative collaborations in the spirit of Robert Rauschenberg.

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