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Laurie & Mike Price

Eminent Domain - An Art Installation

Houston, Texas, USA

November 23, 2005

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Eminent Domain is an art installation by Matthew White and Frank Webb, award winning interior designers. The following is a quote from the Rice University Gallery Web Site "The designers hyper-enlarge black and white reproductions of the engravings, silk-screen them onto fiberboard, then cut and assemble the pieces into furniture and accessories.

Eminent Domain expands the idea of White Webb’s furniture to an entire setting, a lighthearted folly that includes a pavilion in the center of the gallery. Although the exterior of the pavilion is stark white, every surface of its interior, furnishings, and accessories are created with reproduced and hyper-enlarged engravings. The pavilion sits in a garden-like setting of hand-tinted, giant flowers and insects, enlarged from botanical prints, winding up spring-green walls. Oversized and cartoon-like but also classical and elegant, Eminent Domain gently pokes fun at, yet at the same time pays homage to, grand European styles of the past."
About Eminent Domain - Rice Gallery http://ricegallery.org/new/exhibition/eminent.html

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Location

USA-Canada / USA-Texas

Lat: 29° 43' 10" N
Long: 95° 23' 41" W

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