Streaming Pool is an interactive installation of clusters of wheel-thrown plates and bowls which contain speakers from which sounds of social interaction, nature, and art making come together to fill the space and to remind us of our everyday existence, the materiality of culture and ways in which we connect.
- Colleen Quigley is a Japanese-American artist from Philadelphia and is currently living and working in Dubai. She graduated from the Sculpture program at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and received her MFA from the Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music in Tokyo, Japan. Her current practice encompasses sculpture/installation, encaustic, ceramic, and glass. Her research interests include postmodern strategies of making in relation to themes of materiality, originality, transcultural flow of objects, and memory. trebuchet-magazine.com/47589-2