Nate Page
Friday, Nov 06, 2015, 4:30PM
SFAI Lecture Hall
800 Chestnut
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From Drawing to This 

Within Nate Page’s practice, architecture is used as a rubric for altering the viewers’ perceptions of the space they inhabit. While many of Page’s interventions happen within a formal art-viewing context, his disruptions sometimes spill out into his everyday life, as in the project #nodoors, in which Page removed the two front doors from his Toyota Corolla and tracked responses on Instagram for four months. 

Nate Page, Couchbleachers, 2011, Installation view of Spaces Gallery, Cleveland, Couches and wood, 144 x 288 x 144 inches, Courtesy of the artist