Public Installation Work
“The nature of space reflects what it wants to be.” - Louis Kahn
Azure Sky/Silverthorn Performing Arts Center/Silverthorn, CO
Meandering/Buell Theater/Denver, CO
In collaboration with the 2016 Biennial of the Americas and Denver Arts and Venue, Theresa Clowes’ installation work meandered through the Denver’s Buell Theater atrium. Clowes saw this vast open space as an invitation for imagination and the four-story open space implored her to intervene. Meandering is a visual articulation about collecting data derived from five-mile segments of Colorado’s Big Thompson River.
Layered Landscape 39°44'15.83"N,104°59'23.85"W/Denver Art Museum/Denver, CO
Inspired by the Thread Studio at the Denver Art Museum, this architectural textile wall absorbs its surrounding space both literally and metaphorically.
Referencing schools of fish, Clowes suspends natural elements (sticks) and human-made objects (utensils) in flowing, effortless, interrelationships. This installation is a metaphor addressing global warming, our environmental impact, and the joy of thinking about possibilities.
In the Rafters/Wonderbound/Denver, CO
In the Rafters is a site-specific installation at Wonderbound for the 2014 Biennial of the Americas.