One of my favorite pieces in the gallery was Poof. This piece reminded my of the Jesus Rafael Soto's Penetrable, at LACMA, which contains hundreds of plastic yellow hoses hanging from an aluminum and painted iron structure. They both allow the viewer to see all different angles and you can enter directly inside of it. It creates a feeling for people that they are in natural elements like walking through vines or the rain. I also thought this was very creative how she used feathers hanging from a string to create the same effect of disappearing into a maze and allowing the viewers to actually participate and become a part of the artwork.
|Art of The Title- Ariana Govan|
1. Drolson, Karly. Art of The Title, Broad Center. Photograph. 3, June. 2016
2. Drolson, Karly. Poof. Broad Center. Photograph. 3, June. 2016
3. Drolson, Karly. Fashions. Broad Center. Photograph. 3, June. 2016.
4. "MFAH | Exhibitions | Soto: The Houston Penetrable." MFAH | Exhibitions | Soto: The Houston Penetrable. Web. 04 June 2016
5. Muñoz-Najar, Veronica. "Jesús Rafael Soto's "Penetrable" at LACMA Dematerializes the Viewer | Unframed. 5 Aug. 2013. Web.