Windows : A four-part project over the course of
a year an undetermined amount of time
February 2, 2019-
February 2, 2020 TBD
Four interventions at four different times
of year— starting at the front of the house and working around clockwise -- will frame various moments in time. Each installment will be loosely associated with the cardinal directions, as well as seasonal changes as predicated on light conditions. The work engages the built environment using the given architecture as a starting point to call attention to materiality, both past and present, as well as time itself.
Opening on Sunday, November 17, 2019
Viewing from 11:37am - 6:16 pm
The piece is activated by the movement of the sun and lack thereof. Arriving at different points during the viewing will result in diverse experiences. It is recommended, though not required, to either visit for a prolonged period of time or multiple times.
Roof and shelter :: deadlines and exhibitions
Movement through spacial memory.
Indexical to a different time and transposed to a new area.
Latticed scrim in relation to privacy hedge.
Phase One of Four
Justin Lowman is an artist, arts educator, and founder of Parthenia Projects based in Northridge, CA, a Los Angeles suburb. He creates site-specific work bridging art and architecture in order to engage with perceptions of time, space, and the interaction of form as it pertains to multiplicity and relevant inter-dimensional objects. His work has been exhibited at Agency Contemporary in Los Angeles; the Armory Center for the Arts in Pasadena, CA; High Desert Test Sites in Wonder Valley, CA and Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, CA, among various other venues. He received his MFA from ArtCenter College of Design in Pasadena.