Maria Elena González created large sculptures in parks mimicking the floor plans of apartments in the adjacent public housing projects. Each structure has a wavy shape to resemble a magic carpet, installed to appear as if it was floating above the ground. The work’s surface, made of a soft, fire retardant, black rubber material, is the same one used in playgrounds and provides an outdoor-carpet-like texture, with the floor plans carefully demarcated on its surface.
2003: Magic Carpet/Home is exhibited at Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions
Sep 01 – Jan 01, 2018
Pacific Standard Time Hosts Exhibition on Suzanne Lacy and Pablo Helguera
Aug 13 – Jun 04, 2017
Henry Art Gallery Hosts The Museum of Transgender Hirstory & Art by Chris Vargas
Feb 18 – May 14, 2017
The Propeller Group Present a Solo Exhibition at Phoenix Art Museum