Habitual Growth: Collaborative Installation between Myself, Julia Gootzeit and Katie Schofield

This work revolves around the process of creation in which ritualistic motions are repeated, producing an accumulation of simply organic forms. The textures and materials eat, regurgitate, shelter, mimic, cover, and encrust one another, creating an imagined habitat of symbiotic relationships. 

We worked for 2 months then installed in two weeks.. and most of it not together. Pretty amazing how well our work, works together. We have made future plans to collaborate on a larger scale. Julia Gootzeit did the wool balls and Katie Schofield did the crotched plastic. I did everything else :”) I hope you enjoy the images. The show itself is up till the 20th of August. Here’s some of it…

 Those little containers on the shelf hold our mediums.

 My personal touch to the grander installation.

 A good image showing all three of us.

 The first convergence.. it started it all :”)

My Key Trees, Grass and Faux Spanish Moss (each strand hung and tied individually) and Katie’s crotched growths.

 My TerraCotta Grass/Anemones. They’re versatile :”)

 A bit of Katie Schofield’s Magic!

 My Key Trees can be night-stands and/or hanging pedestals. You can also put a night light under and in them.. oooo

 Pretty Pod inspired the bowls’ world.

 We really did take over! The North Wall.

 Another dose of the Magic between us!

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7 thoughts on “Habitual Growth: Collaborative Installation between Myself, Julia Gootzeit and Katie Schofield

  1. Wish i could see this in person. Very tactile looking, very “inside a body” feeling, surrounded by strange growths and beautiful outcroppings

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