The Scale Figure's Home at Gallery 1010
Architecture and Interior Architecture students will open The Scale Figure’s Home Friday, January 29, at Gallery 1010.
The show can be viewed through a virtual opening reception from 6 to 9 p.m. Friday or by appointment Saturday and Sunday, January 30 and 31.
Gallery 1010 is located at 1150 McCalla Avenue. Visit gallery1010.utk.edu for the opening reception link and more information.
The Scale Figure’s Home will be a show that explores the narrative of the scale figure. The scale figure is a character that has always been overlooked and not commonly occupying the mind of the creator, the architect. It is always the narrative of the space, the character of the building that is filled with great detail, yet has there been a moment of pause to ponder about the story of the scale figure?
Like a pochade silhouette looming throughout the space of the creator, there are many questions that are answered such as the scale of the drawing, the representation of the space, who occupies the area, and the spacial experience, but never questions such as, who is that person, where have they journeyed, and why they are here? The Scale Figure’s Home is here to answer the depths and the detail of the scale figures narrative and highlight that even the most “overlooked” character is the most important.
Visit gallery1010.utk.edu for the Zoom link.
Friday, January 29 at 6:00pm to 9:00pmVirtual Event