Grid Structure #1 at the Bruce Museum

I am so pleased to present these final images of Grid Structure #1. I would like to thank Marc Lins for these stunning photographs as well as everyone else who was there during the process of creating this work including Michelle Loh, Sarah McNaughton, Lin Yan and the participating artists of Tales of Two Cities: New York & Beijing; Susan Ball, Anne von Stuelpnagel, Jack Coyle and the Bruce Museum staff; Cristin Tierney and Maria Kucinski at the Tierney Gardarin Gallery; Adam Ellyson, Karen Biddulph, and Peter Linderoth for the Mead School workshop; Enrique Tellez Kuenzler for his support; Christian Anwander and Sandra Lee in the studio; and, of course, my wife, Florencia Minniti.

Alois Kronschlaeger Grid Strucutre #1 Marc Lins

Alois Kronschlaeger Grid Strucutre #1 Marc Lins

Alois Kronschlaeger Grid Strucutre #1 Marc Lins

Alois Kronschlaeger Grid Strucutre #1 Marc Lins

Alois Kronschlaeger Grid Strucutre #1 Marc Lins

Alois Kronschlaeger Grid Strucutre #1 Marc Lins

Grid Structure #1 at the Bruce Museum

Installation begins at the Bruce Museum

With countless hours of preparation in my studio with the help of Sandra Lee, Christian Anwander, and Florencia Minniti, we were ready to bring the pre-assembled cubes to the Bruce Museum. Anne von Stuelpnagel prepared the atrium for my arrival by painting the walls black and collaborated with me on the lighting design while Jack Coyle oversaw the unloading of the truck filled with cubes.

Jack Coyle Anne von Stuelpnagel

Alois Kronschlaeger Bruce Museum

Installation begins at the Bruce Museum