Comprehensive design studio with Sasa Zivkovic, Spring 2015
Plaster casts of ancient Greco-Roman statues mistreated, forgotten, and re-imbued with importance find a home at the new Cornell Sculpture Museum. But rather than focus on glorifying the weathered collection, the museum takes after the humble tool shed and wooden barn, established typologies of agricultural upstate New York. From research of the local vernacular comes a sprawling starfish, with each arm mutating to its function and the dramatic Ithacan landscape.
In collaboration with Yoon Cha.