Kim Schoenstadt — Fax Drawings #5, 6, 7, 8
The ongoing Fax Drawings series started when I asked a gallery to fax me floor plans to prepare for an installation. I accidentally mis-loaded recycled Xeroxes of my drawings in my fax machine and the result was a combination of the drawings with the floor plans. Normally, I translate the new drawings into large-scale wall pieces exhibited in the space that the floor plans depict. For the X-TRA artist’s project, I utilized four pages of in-progress design layouts faxed to me by the editors.
Kim Schoenstadt was born in Chicago, Il. She lives and works in Venice, CA. Her solo and two-person exhibitions and projects have been featured at: Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands; Susan Inglett Gallery, New York; Lemon Sky: Projects and Editions, Los Angeles; Second Room Gallery, Brussels; and Toomey Rourell Gallery, San Francisco. Group exhibitions include: Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Sprueth/Magers Gallery, Munich; Prague Biennale; Poland Biennale; Virginia Commonwealth University Anderson Gallery, Richmond; International Print Center, New York; Nueans, Duesseldorf; and Institute of Contemporary Arts, London. Current and upcoming projects include a collaborative project with Mara Lonner at the Los Angeles International Airport and in upcoming, two-part collaborative project with Rita McBride at Alexander and Bonin, New York, and the Santa Monica Museum of Art.