SHEILA KLEIN
HALL OF ARCHITECTURE
The series Hall of Architecture grew out of a realization that Sheila Klein's varied interests had deep connections to each other. As a child growing up in Pittsburgh, Klein spent many weekends at the Carnegie Museum of Art. The Hall of Architecture served as her corridor between the art galleries and the library. When Klein traveled through Rahasthan, India in 2008, she found the perforated lacy window walls to be much like crocheted architecture - formed by a series of posts and interstices creating a geometric hierarchy.
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