Pae White’s work attempted to capture the elusiveness of fog, weaving this ephemeral atmospheric phenomenon — an iconic condition at the Golden Gate — into a monumental tapestry. Exploring the nature of photographic images as well as the natural environment that surrounds the bridge, the digitally woven tapestry was a study in material and immateriality.
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Pae White’s diverse practice combines elements of art, design, craft, and architecture to transform ordinary objects and materials into exhilarating sculptures, installations, and experiences, often finding wonder in humble and everyday materials. Her work has been collected and exhibited widely by institutions that include New York’s Museum of Modern Art, ZKM Center for Art and Media, and Tate Modern.
Photo credit: Enrico Fiorese