Play. House.
Play House, a sculptural collaboration between Hao Ni and Kazuki Sebastián Guzmán. This blog is intended to be used for the documentation of its process and other information relating to this on- going collaborative project.
Play. House.
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during opening night 
during opening night 
during opening night 
during opening night 
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CLICK HERE to see finished work
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the landform is made out of stacks of pink foam, carved and painted, along with some celluclay on top.
the landform is made out of stacks of pink foam, carved and painted, along with some celluclay on top.
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finally got all the parts to the gallery. time to assemble again! FUN
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definitely not the best way of moving things like this.very last second and very long journey.
definitely not the best way of moving things like this.very last second and very long journey.
definitely not the best way of moving things like this.very last second and very long journey.
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walls are heavy :( thanks so much for the help Fred!!!
walls are heavy :( thanks so much for the help Fred!!!
walls are heavy :( thanks so much for the help Fred!!!
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its time to take the whole house apart again and move it to the gallery.
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finished and stained
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assembling the house
assembling the house
assembling the house
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the making of smaller houses that is going on at the same time.These are all part of the installation that is going to be inside of the house.
the making of smaller houses that is going on at the same time.These are all part of the installation that is going to be inside of the house.
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drilling and screwing down the walls
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This is Charles
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Now its time to assemble the whole house, so we can troubleshoot before moving the house to School of the Art Institute Sullivan Galleries.
many thanks to Fred Gerdes and Charles T. Fogarty! who decided to stay up all night to help us out with assembling the whole house.
Now its time to assemble the whole house, so we can troubleshoot before moving the house to School of the Art Institute Sullivan Galleries.
many thanks to Fred Gerdes and Charles T. Fogarty! who decided to stay up all night to help us out with assembling the whole house.
Now its time to assemble the whole house, so we can troubleshoot before moving the house to School of the Art Institute Sullivan Galleries.
many thanks to Fred Gerdes and Charles T. Fogarty! who decided to stay up all night to help us out with assembling the whole house.
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trying out lights inside of the house
trying out lights inside of the house
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finally got to try out the walls