Triangula stretches the boundaries of sculpture, functional art and textile design. It encompasses a handmade swing made of umbrella fabric from broken frames after a downpour. The hanging swing is centered inside a colorful wooden frame, and the patchwork surfaces of the irregular pyramid form suggests play. The piece was part of a performance including poetry and dance inspired by debris created in a deluge.
Artists: Kathy Creutzburg, Mirabai Kwan Yin
Poet: Nicole Celeste Anderson
Choreographer: Danielle LaGrua
Locations: Chashama Gala 2017 at the Conde Nast Building Times Square, then Sam and Sadie Koenig Community Garden in the East Village, and finally Chashama North Sculpture Garden