Mia Pearlman fills entire rooms with her billowing, cloud-like installations. “My process is very intuitive, based on spontaneous decisions in the moment. I begin by making loose line drawings in India ink on large rolls of paper. Then I cut out selected areas between the lines to make a new drawing in positive & negative space on the reverse. 30-80 of these cut paper pieces form the final installation, which I create on site by trial and error, a 2-3 day dance with chance & control.”
someone said :I’m always fascinated at things people create out of ordinary everyday objects. Pulling a dollar bill out of my purse, I would never even think about making some of these works of art out of money. Of course, I’d rather buy things I don’t need instead of displaying a sculpture in my home.