*커뮤니티 해먹, 플레이그라운드와 합쳐지다 [ Toshiko Horiuchi-McAdam ] Interactive Crocheted Playgrounds


굳이 예술작품과 놀이공간을 나누는 경계의 의미는 불필요합니다.

고탄력 파이버로 조직된 그물망은 서로다른 컬러로 조직되며

커다란 퀼트조각보와 같이 연결됩니다.

불규칙적이며 탄력적인 공간은 활력적이며 생동감이 있는 장소로

아이들에게 보다 많은 공간적 체험을 가능케 해 줄수 있습니다.

심미적 아름다움을 떠나서 공간이 목표로 하는 기능적 역활-여기서는

놀이공간으로 봐야겠지요.-을 100퍼센트 소화는 물론 건축과 공간에 대한

또다른 창의적인 아이디어를 샘솟게 만드는 프로젝트 입니다.


reviewed by SJ


Colourful installations by Japanese artist Toshiko Horiuchi-McAdam break the ‘do not touch’ rule that often dominates artistic experiences in galleries. Moreover, her works are conceived for children – the audience most likely to ignore such conventions.

Having worked with fibres and textiles since the 1970’s, Horiuchi-McAdam came up with her crochet concept almost by accident. In the 90’s she was installing a piece made of crocheted yarn, when children asked if they could use it as a hammock. She nervously agreed, only to discover that the piece was surprisingly strong. In correspondence to this new playfulness animating her work, she started using bright colours.

Since then, Horichi-McAdam has focused on creating public playgrounds, and founded Interplay Design and Manufacturing with her husband Charles McAdam, aimed at developing the concept of the play structure.

Horiuchi-McAdam’s work is expressly designed for responding to the joyful engagement of children, in the name of an artful experience.




from  frameweb


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