About the venue
The Schindler House, located in West Hollywood, California, was built in 1922 by Rudolph M. Schindler, the esteemed modern architect and Viennese émigré. Regularly hosting artists, musicians, poets, writers, and actors, Schindler and his wife, Pauline, quickly turned their home into a center for avant-garde art and inquiry. Today, the Schindler House remains a site for progressive art and thought, and is regarded as one of Los Angeles most beloved architectural and cultural landmarks.
Blue Mountain School is an interdisciplinary space dedicated to nurturing engagements and interactions between diverse practices. The building has been conceived of holistically and is host to several dedicated spaces: Mãos- a kitchen, table and wine room, Grace’s- a listening room, Blue Projects- an exhibition space comprised of a series of viewing rooms, and Hostem- an open archive.
I was selected to be amongst a group of ceramic artists showcased within the space. Artists including Patricia Perales Garcia, Jennefer Hoffmann Rossi, Matthias Kaiser, Helga Ritsch, Luke Eastop, Alexandra Standen and Dora Alzamora Good.