Heather Flood exhibits work in One-Night Stand Los Angeles

Associate Professor Heather Flood has been chosen to participate in One-Night Stand LA 2017, a program for Art & Architecture designed to increase the agency that architects have to operate in the built environment. Flood’s current research and work with F-Lab slips between two and three dimensions into the space of 2.5D where color, pattern, and texture synchronize with structure in an effort to push familiar architectural forms into new spatial realms that delight in affect and organization.

The show will take place on May 20, 2017, at the POD INN motel near downtown Los Angeles. As with the first two One-Night Stand occurrences, this event will take place at a motel for only one night, and one night only. ONS-LA 2017 brings together designers willing to call into question the efficacy of the architectural installation and propose alternative manifestations of their experimentation. At the end of the night, the participants of One-Night Stand LA 2017 must pledge to abandon the architectural installation as their primary medium for production. Last Call is a last call.

One-Night Stand LA was initiated in 2015 by William Hu, Ryan Tyler Martinez, and Anthony Morey and was conceived as a means for fostering the emerging creative eruptions in the disciplines of art and architecture. More information about ONS-LA can be found online.

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