Slots, Nooks & Crannies
In Collaboration with: Tanu Sakalia
Utilizing the evening darkness this installation shifts our gaze from the obvious architectural objects to the light-sculpted interstitial space between. This staging foregrounds the elegant geometry of negative space, revealing forms that are unnoticed by day. As the smallest discernable spatial units of the city, the repetition of these spaces (as seen between 1906, 1908 and 1910 Golden Gate) produces a pattern that is equally as intrinsic and unique to San Francisco’s urban form as the Victorians themselves.