Artist Caroline Geys speaks Flemish, is an occasional DJ, a world traveler, has a current solo exhibition running at Ann 330 Gallery in LA, and has just finished creating an installation for The Box at The Standard, Hollywood. Her current work explores the various individual forms that make up a city: architecture, topography, cultural and physical infrastructure, dynamic human activity, and organic nature. Using a variety of mediums, every line, dot, and color illustrates a connection between these various elements of the urban landscape.
Caroline’s installation for The Box at The Standard, Hollywood narrates her recent European travels. While traveling she found great inspiration collecting a breadth of materials: 1954 French topographical maps, Belgian, Grecian, and Czech maps as well as Belgian, Parisian, Grecian, and Italian public transportation tickets. Each piece signifying different moments endured throughout the last several months.
Starting with her inspiration, Caroline walks us through her installation from start to finish:
Caroline Gey’s installation for The Box at The Standard, Hollywood will be up through August 28. An artist reception will be held next Thursday, August 16th at 8pm, click here for details. To see more of Caroline, stop by Los Angeles’ Ann 330 Gallery and check out her solo exhibition.