Swoop fills an area of the wall between two doors. Each string is seamlessly attached to the wall as well as the floor utilizing gravity to create a gentle curve from the weight of the yarn. This hand-spun yarn installation object consists of two hundred and twelve strings set at every half inch, which creates a visual curtain. Viewing straight on, shadows projected on the wall to create a visual illusion with the string; as you stare at this piece longer, it gets harder to decipher which lines are yarn and which are shadows. From the front the piece appears as one plane created from many lines, but if approached from the entrance door, the audience can see the depth the strings create from being individually hung in the space.
Swoop, 2017, Hand-spun Yarn, Space between to doors x 8′ x 6′