Healing Tiles by Brian Knep

Healing Tiles by Brian Knep

Healing Tiles by Brian Knep

Covering a hallway on the first floor of the 21C Museum Hotel are five large, organic tiles that wondrously are wounded and heal in response to visitors’ traffic.  Fitting naturally with the building’s design, the tiles decrease in size from one end of the hall to the other, allowing for fascinating group and personal experiences while also creating a forced perspective – an illusion making the hall look longer than it is. Healing Tiles can be seen at the 21C Museum Hotel in Cincinnati, Ohio. See the fascinating video of the work here.

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China Blue is an internationally exhibiting artist and the Founding Director of The Engine Institute. She is the recipient of a 2012 RISCA Fellowship in New Genres and her exhibition "Firefly Trees" was nominated for 2012 Best Monographic Museum Show Nationally by the International Association of Art Critics.Her in depth worked in sound was what drove her to be the first person to record the Eiffel Tower in Paris and through a NASA/Rhode Island Space Grant she was invited to do a pilot studyto record nature in an innovative way.She has shown her works in museums, galleries and non-profit institutions for over 20 years.Her work has been widely covered in web, television and print media including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and NPR.
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China Blue is an internationally exhibiting artist and the Founding Director of The Engine Institute. She is the recipient of a 2012 RISCA Fellowship in New Genres and her exhibition "Firefly Trees" was nominated for 2012 Best Monographic Museum Show Nationally by the International Association of Art Critics. Her in depth worked in sound was what drove her to be the first person to record the Eiffel Tower in Paris and through a NASA/Rhode Island Space Grant she was invited to do a pilot study to record nature in an innovative way. She has shown her works in museums, galleries and non-profit institutions for over 20 years. Her work has been widely covered in web, television and print media including the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal and NPR.
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