Poetics of Construction at Haines Gallery

March 22, 2013

Camille’s installation Untitled 5, is included in Haines Gallery’s exhibition, Poetics of Construction. The group show features Ai Weiwei, Pierre Cordier, Monir Farmanfarmaian, Buckminster Fuller, Andy Goldsworthy, Patsy Krebs, David Nash, Yoshitomo Saito, Leslie Show and Camille Utterback.

The exhibition coincides with the announcement of Camille’s representation by Haines Gallery in San Francisco.

From the Press Release:

Our intervention with the world is invariably shaped by the composed form. Even in the seemingly limitless digital society with which we are obliged to interact, our negotiations with physical and conceptual space is predetermined. But as poetry in language grants aesthetic freedom to expand prescribed bounds of expression, a visionary approach to the technical patterns that surround us not only permit but also invite us to reexamine our experiential environment.

Haines Gallery’s Poetics of Construction brings together an international roster of creative minds to reconsider the nature of process and how form influences perception. Various degrees of interactivity activate geometric patterns within and between each part of the exhibition.

The exhibition runs through March 23 and will be open during normal gallery hours and First Thursday activities on February 7.