Drawing lines is a spatial intrevention for the Cleveland Public library’s Eastman Reading Garden in Ohio.
The garden is proposed as space in which a new spatial tissue is built. A continuous thread moves across a series of elements that are entwined to shape planes and lines that draw a new lecture of the space.
The intervention creates a series of personal spaces, spaces of transition, contemplation and reading which are discovered by walking through the garden. The pieces work as three-dimensional structures interposed between sunlight and interior space delimited.
The thread creates new spatial experiences through planes as regulators of light, filters that sift natural light from the outside. Through its transparent walls anyone can explore the installation, discovering new spaces, shadows, and frames. The light dilutes their apparent solidity, and leads them to become pieces that illuminate from within and melt into the garden.
x-studio : : Ivan Juarez