Members of 302collective were inspired by the 15th century tradition of putting up printed sheets in rooms to transform the meaning of spaces, as well as Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s short story “The Yellow Wallpaper.” Their room will explore geometry, repetition, and scale to create an interconnected world of surfaces. Using laser-cut sheets of material, their room will take whatever your idea of wallpaper to a whole new level.
About the Artists:
302collective are educators, writers, and creators who explore ideas of the public realm. They are interested in of interiors, public space, and using new forms of production and materiality in their installations and built works. Check out their website here!