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Eve Ingalls

Currently I use both paper and metal for their ability to record the intricate effects of wear and tear on the cultural and natural fabric of our contemporary world. My sculptural forms reveal a world in which climate change is assaulting natural and cultural boundaries. Things are seriously out of place. Objects, as well as life forms and processes, are left suspended in locations/situations where they are unable to perform their usual functions. Discovering and inventing a new purpose for things has become a crucial task at every scale.

 

Eve Ingalls attended the Skowhegan School of Art and is a graduate of the Yale University School of Art. She represented the United States at The Holland Paper Biennial 2006, held at the Coda Museum and the Museum Rijswijk in the Netherlands. Her sculpture was exhibited at the Art Forum in Kyoto, Japan in 2007, and at the Schokland Museum, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, in the Netherlands, in 2003.  Her work has also been exhibited throughout the United States including exhibitions at The Aldrich Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut, The Cleveland Museum of Art, The Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut. 


Not Fitting, 2009, abaca and kozo handmade paper, pigment, wire, 78”x78”x40”
Drawing Earth, 2010, handmade paper, wire, pigment, aluminum, 12’x10’x10’
Wishfull Filaments, 2006, abaca handmade paper, string, rope, wood, filaments, 129”x43”x123"
Drawing Earth - Detail, 2010, handmade paper, wire, pigment, aluminum, 12’x10’x10’
Drawing Back to the Pyramid, 2011, abaca handmade paper, 8’x10’x16’
Messing With the Axis Mundi, 2012, handmade paper, pigment, aluminum,9.5’x 9.5’x9.5’
Position Available, 2009,abaca, wire, string, bentwood, 96”x89”x58”
Not Fitting -Detail, 2009, abaca and kozo handmade paper, pigment, wire, 78”x78”x40”
After Thought, 2010, aluminum, abaca, spotlight, 44”x75”x77”