What is a surprising way to interact with art? How might an art show invite play and discovery?
First executed as part of the CATS+ Residency at the Museum of Human Achievement in Austin, Q(R)uilt is a textile artwork created with an interest in disguising technology and promoting tactile play in a gallery space. It is composed of 81 canvas squares sewn together, some of which change color when heat is applied. The first iteration was part of a showcase during Fusebox Festival and allowed guests to explore and transform the piece with a hand-held heat gun.