FROZEN BORDERLINE explores sensory articulations of the built environment not only through the literal, planar logic of architectural settings, but also though affinities created by objects in proximity that serve as models of sociability. The works focus on the attenuated interface between physical, social and conceptual spaces and their ability inform our activity, contemplation, or historical trajectory, particularly in the case of an installation by Prokash which features windows collected from the contentiously demolished Prentice Women’s Hospital designed by iconic architect Bertrand Goldberg.
Nilan, Prokash, and Floyd are MFA Candidates in Sculpture at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Nilan is from Boston, MA and holds a BFA from University of Massachusetts Amherst. Prokash is from Menasha, WI and holds a BFA from University of Wisconsin-Madison. Floyd is from Atlanta and holds a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design and an MA in Visual and Critical Studies from SAIC.