Luis Callejas’s “Wet Horizons” to open in LA

As part of Storefront for Art and Architecture’s “Host: Natural Histories for Los Angeles,” which uses the Neutra VDL Research House in Los Angeles as a platform for exploring questions of provision, domesticity, and palimpsestic architecture, lecturer in Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Luis Callejas, presents the installation “Wet Horizons.”

Opening on October 11, 2014, through November 23, 2014, Callejas has gone into the Neutra VDL House’s penthouse and intervened in the domestic space. In collaboration with the textile artist Charlotte Hansson, Callejas has made textile drawings that hang in the top floor, alongside projections and models. The collaborative project was also codesigned with Daniel Rauchwerger (MDes ’15) and Noam Dvir (UPD ’14).