The Alley Fellowship supports the collaboration between architects and artists in order to extend the spectrum of work and artists the A+D showcases. The second exhibit in the series, Tangle, features the installation art of Sarah Jones. At once both lush and ordered, Tangle celebrates being immersed in an environment where your perspective is always changing. The scale and form of the micro and macro organic shapes provoke the imagination as if you’ve entered a joyful fictional biome where suddenly the connection between the unseen and the colossal that surround us is immediately and colorfully apparent.
The Alley Fellowship is a two-month rotating exhibition and lecture fellowship open to emerging, young, progressive artists in Los Angeles. The Fellowship will be awarded to the six artists who best embody the spirit of transdisciplinary creative exploration which RCH and A+D aim to promote. The selected fellows will receive both logistic, curatorial and financial support to implement a design installation within the Alley Gallery at A+D. Each participant will then present their installation, their thoughts, process and creative viewpoints with a lecture at Rios Clementi Hale Studios. The Fellows will be selected by a seven-member jury consisting of artists, designers, and architects from the A+D family and Rios Clementi Hale Studios.