Arche-TEXTures by Amy Loewan

We have been a little quiet this fall.  Aero Apertures has been working on a rare opportunity to collaborate on a project assisting local artitst, Amy Loewan, with documenting one of her amazing art pieces.  It is called: Arche-TEXTures - a house inspiring peace and was most recently displayed at the University of Alberta Museums Enterprise Square Galleries in 2015.

We helped to document the many pieces that compose the frame of the house so that detailed assembly instructions can be provided to the technicians who would be building the house to be shown at art exhibitions all over the world. 

Currently, the next planned exhibition of Arche-TEXTures will be at the Red Deer Museum & Art Gallery in 2018. 

 Rendering of the house frame

Rendering of the house frame

Amy's recent project involved working with some students in New York to build a replica of the house using the student's artwork.  Aero Apertures provided some drawings based on the current design of the house so that the students and the school can scale it to fit within their exhibition space.

 Assembly Drawing of Arche-TEXTures

Assembly Drawing of Arche-TEXTures

The existing house was placed into a photo of the school's rotunda exhibition space. Unfortunately the current house is too large for the space and will need to be scaled down. The house is scaled to approximately half real size here.  

The picture below is of the actual frame that the students completed  this past September.

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