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“Cloud Construction” Sidewalk Art Exhibit: Final Day | Hayes Valley
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This fall and winter a large, lolling sculpture by Bay Area artist Stephanie Robison’s sprawling fabric sculpture will take residence at the SFAC Galleries Window Installation Site at 155 Grove Street.
Oakland-based artist Stephanie Robison’s Cloud Construction is a massive white textile sculpture that spans the exhibition space and mimics the fog that rolls down the hills into nearby Hayes Valley.
Cloud Construction Art Exhibit
September 23 – December 30, 2016
SFAC Galleries, 155 Grove Street, San Francisco, CA
FREE (viewable from the sidewalk 24/7)
Join them for a sidewalk chat with artist Stephanie Robison on September 23rd at 6 pm at 155 Grove Street. They will discuss Robison’s interest in materiality and why space is so important for sculptors.
In her first major exhibition in San Francisco, Robison will create a playful and surprising installation, responding to the unique microclimates of the region.
Cloud Construction features a white plastic fabric that takes over the gallery, crawling in and around wooden scaffold-like structures.
The form suggests volume while also being porous and malleable. “Most of the work I create has a narrative, addressing aspects of my environment, myself and/or relationships with others,” Robison states. “Clouds are seemingly innocent, perhaps even magical but they can conceal, fog or obscure the world around us.”
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Address: 155 Grove St, San Francisco, CA