InterArts students Daniel Mellis, Liz Isakson, Maggie Pucket and CJ Mace met with artist Adriane Colburn for studio visits on Tuesday, March 15th.
Adriane Colburn is an artist based in San Francisco, CA. For the past several years, she has been working on a series of installations and maps that seek to organize and chart changes in the natural and urban landscape. These constructions, made of layers of hand cut paper often shed light on systems that exist below or those that are shielded by its exterior. Colburn maps out these “inaccessible” places, by collating and reorganizing visual information, (often based on landscapes or history) to create an abstraction that can be both informative and/or ambiguous.
Thrid year Book & Paper student Daniel Mellis with Adriane Colburn – Photo: Jenny Garnett
First year Book & Paper student Liz Isakson with Adriane Colburn – Photo: Michelle Graves
Third year Book & Paper student Maggie Puckett with Adriane Colburn – Photo: Michelle Graves
Second year Book & Paper student CJ Mace with Adriane Colburn – Photo: Michelle Graves
For more information about Adriane and her work go to adrianecolburn.com