LA Firm Layer Stretching Lightness Across So Cal

Friday, May 11, 2012
Layer's upcoming "A Loose Horizon," at PMCA.

Layer's upcoming "A Loose Horizon" at PMCA. (Courtesy Layer)

Los Angeles firm Layer (you may remember some of their past work) are showcasing their talents once again with an upcoming exhibit at the Pasadena Museum of California Art (PMCA). Opening June 3, the show, entitled Layer: A Loose Horizon is designed as a low-relief, web-like sculptural installation that begins outside the museum’s second floor window and continues into the interior of the building, across the lobby.

The series of overhead shapes “explores the threshold between perception and logic,” and creates “a physically engrossing and intellectually stimulating spatial construction,” according to the PMCA.

Check out another Layer installation after the jump.

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