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Elephant Cloud
Flourish Modules
January 3 - February 2, 2014

Flourish Modules is a project created by the artist collaborative Elephant Cloud. Elephant Cloud is interested in space, light, and form. This sculptural project is an experiment in aesthetic and spatial relationships. Flourish Modules were constructed by Lee Hunter and painted by Pachi Giustinian. At each site a different person or group of people are asked to arrange the works. For this iteration, Blythe Cain is the Director of Arrangement. We are interested in how the Modules change over time and how each person that interacts with them arranges them differently.

This is the third iteration of this project.

Blythe Cain is a sculptor and painter. Her preferred materials are wood, fabric, and paint. She also works as a Art Director and Production Designer for the entertainment and advertising industry. In 2005, Cain graduated received her B.F.A. from Parsons School of Design. During 2013, she was an Artist in Residence at the Vermont Studio Center. She Lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

Pachi Giustinian was born in 1981 in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She is interested in the matters of light, color, and materials in relationship to objects and space. Giustinian has participated in several exhibitions in Argentina and the United States. Her work is represented by Alejandra Von Hartz Gallery in Miami. In 2013 she was Robert Sterling Clark foundation fellow at the Vermont Studio Center. In 2005, she graduated from IUNA (Instituto Universitario Nacional de Arte), Buenos Aires, Argentina with a BFA in Visual Arts, specialized in Painting. She currently lives and works in Buenos Aires and Miami.

Lee Hunter (b. Charleston, SC, 1978) is a hybrid practice artist working with sculpture, installation, and photography. She is interested in materiality, site, and the built environment. Her work has been exhibited in national and international galleries and artist run spaces. During 2013 she was an Artist in Residence at the Vermont Studio Center and I-Park Foundation. She received her BS from Portland State University and her MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She lives and works between New York, NY and Oakland, CA.