Triple A - Chaotic Good
Kate Saubestre thematizes the open road, a space abundant with possibility – as Western progress-centered mythologies would have us believe – but one that fundamentally alters our way of interacting with our environment. - Letícia Cobra Lima and Victoria Jennings
Triple A, 2023. Paint and dye on fabric, erosion cloth, thread, reclaimed wood, roofing tar, staples, Cortaderia jubata (pink pampas grass), Distichlis spicata (salt grass), Bromus carinatus (Cali brome), Carex harfordii (sedge), Stipa pulchra (purple fountain grass), Avena barbata (slender wild oat). Photo Credit: Troy Small
The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways, 2022. Dye, acrylic, latex and Rustoleum paint on dropcloth. Photo Credit: Troy Small
Commuters, 2023. Steel, concrete, single-channel projection
Photo Credit: Tony Mastres
To Kill a View, 2023. Acrylic and latex paint on papier-mâché, wood, iPad with video compilation. Photo Credit: Tony Mastres
This work was presented at the Art, Architecture & Design Museum at the University of California, Santa Barbara.