Artworks
Wood, gold leaf, hardware, mixed media
straw, feathers, fabrics, notebooks, bed
7'x7'x6'
2014
fabrics, plastics, straw, feathers, lights, bed
7'x7'x6'
2015
fabrics, plastics, lights, bed, hardware cloth, collected dreams on pages of Mylar
7'x7'x6'
2015
fabrics, plastics, straw, feathers, lights, bed
7'x7'x6'
2015

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  • As part of her solo show - Dream Work - artist Rebecca Krinke is inviting you to an evening of dream collecting. This is an outgrowth of her Northern Spark commission of this past June where she and her team collected over 500 dreams from festival goers, under the glowing bed sculpture she made for the occasion. Dreams were contributed via writings and drawings on semi-translucent Mylar pages, with lighting provided from the special "glow boxes” she built. Now it’s deep winter and the gather…
  • Rebecca Krinke updated the Event Dream Work
    A new installation by Rebecca Krinke. "Dream Work" explores ideas from Rebecca's two threads/types of bed sculptures/dreams in one space. A straw and feather bed began this series, then, via a Northern Spark commission she explored Illuminated beds (hanging high above Mill City Ruin Courtyard), and recently at Rosalux Gallery. Now with 2 beds in the same space - many dialectics are conjured: child-adult, dream-nightmare, day-night, refuge-threat, etc., etc. 
  • The Mapping of Joy and Pain was a temporary, traveling, participatory, public work. Materials: wood, found objects (doors), metal, paper, gold leaf and mixed media; mapping table is 7’x 5’ in longest dimensions; vertical “joy and pain” gold and black box-sculptures are 7’ x 3’ x18”. Seen in this image in Father Hennepin Park, Minneapolis. The Mapping of Joy and Pain challenges conventional ways of seeing the Twin Cities; the project created the setting and the opportunity for the …