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September 11, 2014 to November 30, 2014

Lauren Dombrowiak: An Edifice Spectrum


Heavily influenced by Victorian decorative motifs found in the home, Lauren Dombrowiak creates entire environments that include tower-like sculptural forms crated out of dinnerware and other household objects such as mirrors and wood furnishings. Precariously balanced, the fragility of these sculptures— formed by combinations of once functional objects—is rendered even more artificially decorative and ornamental in nature.

For An Edifice Spectrum, Dombrowiak presents two interrelated projects. The first project will consist of several large-scale sculptural towers of sourced porcelain dinnerware combined with oversized, hand cut wall stencils based on Victorian paisley motifs. As a counterpoint to this artificiality constructed landscape, Dombrowiak will create a more ethereal experience in a second gallery using much materials found in nature, lit from the interior, and paired with home decor and accessories.

Tags: ceramics, glass, installation, mixed media, sculpture, wallpaper