For the fifth year, Albuquerque Museum has invited an artist to create a temporary intervention in the Museum’s lobby. In July 2015, Albuquerque artist Lea Anderson created a site-specific work of art on the north windows of the museum’s lobby. Anderson works in a variety of non-traditional sculptural materials including fiber and textiles, paper, and plastic.
With the formal geometric architectural grid of the lobby windows as a backdrop and framework, Anderson’s work brings a lively, colorful, organic vitality to this grand space. The installation Meridiae will remain on view at the museum through the Summer of 2016.
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website