'emergency response studio' by paul villinski at rice gallery, houston, texas
jan 07, 2009
'emergency response studio' by paul villinski at rice gallery, houston, texas


‘emergency response studio’ by paul villinski, 2008
image © jonathan ferrara gallery

 

 

‘emergency response studio’

at: rice gallery, houston, texas, USA
from: january 29 to march 1, 2009
opening january 29 is a new architectural installation by american artist paul villinski at rice gallery in houston,
texas. villinski created ‘emergency response studio’, a solar powered, mobile artist’s studio, in response to the
post katrina, new orleans disaster. working over several months he transformed a salvaged trailer into a rolling,
live/ work space that could house displaced artists. outfitted with solar panels and a wind turbine, the live/work
space is powered entirely by a 1.6-kilowatt photovoltaic solar system and is built exclusively from green,
non-toxic building materials.
 
 


detail
image © jonathan ferrara gallery

 



‘emergency response studio’
image courtesy
paul villinski

 

 


‘emergency response studio’ on its way to new orleans
image courtesy paul villinski

 

 


‘emergency response studio’
image courtesy paul villinski

 




construction of the studio
image courtesy paul villinski

 

 


‘emergency response studio’
image courtesy paul villinski

 

 


paul villinski in his ‘emergency response studio’
image courtesy paul villinski

 

 

more:
http://www.paulvillinski.com
http://www.ricegallery.org

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