trestle<>timbre. We look forward to creating the highest contrast in location/material awareness, perspective, and scale. The materials that will be investigated will include but may not be limited to driftwood, natural tree components, local-found objects, electronics, traditional charcoal and paint application This collaborative installation was brought to life by Northern Kentucky Artists Christopher Beiting, Karen Cress, and Jacob Condon. In life our mind can be one of our greatest enemies. It excels at taking seemingly small and easily dismissible problems and magnifying them to greater degrees. It is only when we separate our minds exaggerations from the real roots of the problem that we can see the truth and begin to right what has gone wrong. This installation reflects the journey taken by an individual struggling to overcome her own perception. Showcasing how she over turns what once held her back into something beautiful.
- Art form: Installation
- Depth: 30 feet
- Medium: driftwood, found objects
- Width: 30 feet
- Year created: 2016
- Height: 20 feet
About Thin Air Studio
Thin Air Studio has been a collaborative collective since 2002. Membership ebbs and flows. In our time we have built work in Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, New Jersey, Michigan and Munich, Germany.