For the 23rd annual Anderson Ranch Arts Center Recognition Dinner, Sung Jang took on the construction of a 40-foot-long wall to adorn its stage. Made out of around 15,000 interlocking (& recyclable) pieces, “this modular work” explores “ideas of elegance and extravagance, taking the simple small pieces and making something lavish with it.” Read the Aspen Times’ walkthrough of Jang’s process here.
Inside the making of artist Sung Jang’s temporary Anderson Ranch installation
July 18, 2019
Anders Ruhwald preserves Detroit building in new site-specific intallation
July 11, 2019
Anders Herwald Ruhwald immersive, site-specific installation Unit 1: 3583 Dubois inside an apartment on Detroit’s east side is now open. 3583 Dubois Street in Detroit, Michigan, no longer exists. While the once dilapidated 7,000 square-foot brick apartment building at this location still stands, the city has reassigned its address as 2170 Mack Avenue. In his installation, Unit 1: 3583 Dubois, Anders Ruhwald repositions the building’s identity, intertwining its past, present, and future. Unit 1: 3583 Dubois, will be open yearly from April to October by appointment only. Tours can be booked on unit1.org for Thursdays, between 7-9 pm and Saturdays, between 12-4pm starting on June 22, 2019. See photos and read more about Unit 1 here and here.