Artworks
Silicone rubber, Wood
2013
sculptural installation
2014
Sculpture
2013
Interactive Installation, site-specific
2011
Installation
2011
Installation
2011
Live plants, gold leaf, mirrored wall
2012
sewn fabric, site-specific architectural installation
2015
mail art project/ sculpture
Ongoing
2015

Collections

Activity

  • Site-specific sky blue fabric curtains were designed and hung in the 32 windows of the far west rotunda of the Thomas Kirkbride designed Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center aka the Third Minnesota State Hospital for the Insane. This installation considers the experience of looking and control from the dual perspectives of an exterior versus interior viewpoint.
  • An in-progress international mail art project. materials: drywall, brown paper, stone, postage, graphite ¬†
  • The second stage of the Treatment¬†project involved removing the silicone layer from the surfaces of the space. This documentation records the process of de-installation and the resulting rubber record of this space. Material: 130kg of moulding silicone rubber
  • Site-specific installation created by covering the entire wall and ceiling surface space of this gallery with silicone rubber and then removing the pieces of rubber as a physical record of the space. The Kabinett gallery at the Akademie Schloss Solitude, Germany. Material: 130kg of molding silicone rubber
  • Site-specific sky blue fabric curtains were designed and hung in the 32 windows of the far west rotunda of the Thomas Kirkbride designed Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center aka the Third Minnesota State Hospital for the Insane. This installation considers the experience of looking and control from the dual perspectives of an exterior versus interior viewpoint.
  • Site-specific sky blue fabric curtains were designed and hung in the 32 windows of the far west rotunda of the Thomas Kirkbride designed Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center aka the Third Minnesota State Hospital for the Insane. This installation considers the experience of looking and control from the dual perspectives of an exterior versus interior viewpoint.
  • a site-specific installation at the Fergus Falls Regional Treatment Center aka the Minnesota Third Hospital for the Insane. Materials: fabric, hardware
  • Kristina Estell updated the Artwork Vignette
    These nine live houseplants create a gradated and expanding vignette throughout this space. Each of these plants has been carefully covered in sheets of gold leaf material making gaudy and overtly valuable what was already precious. Over time, this space becomes a container of process and evolving experience as the material interaction between the gold leaf and the plants cause physical change and a new degraded 'composition' of the forms. The center of the installation begins where the objects …
  • Kristina Estell updated the Artwork Vignette
    These nine live houseplants create a gradated and expanding vignette throughout this space. Each of these plants has been carefully covered in sheets of gold leaf material making gaudy and overtly valuable what was already precious. Over time, this space becomes a container of process and evolving experience as the material interaction between the gold leaf and the plants cause physical change and a new degraded 'composition' of the forms. The center of the installation begins where the objects …
  • This installation was created by covering the entire surface space of the Kabinett gallery of the Akademie Schloss Solitude in Germany with dyed blue silicone rubber. The second stage of this project involved removing the silicone layer from the surfaces of the space. This documentation records the process of deinstallation and the resulting rubber record of this space. Material: 130kg of moulding silicone rubber