ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Internationally renowned architect Bart Prince, sculptor and political activist Steve Barry, gallery owner, general contractor and artist Sheri Crider and artist Nina Dubois have assembled “The Human Drift,” a breathtaking knock-your-socks-out-of-your-Sunday-morning-shoes installation at SCA Contemporary. The multimedia show runs through April 10.
The show’s title was derived from an 1894 book by the same name written by King Camp Gillette, who questioned the wisdom of achieving personal material wealth at the expense of everything and everybody else. All four artists in this exhibition are environmentally conscious and have a reverence for the landscape, materials, space and light.
Prince is an architect’s architect who approaches each project as a unique opportunity to challenge his imagination, his ability to fulfill his client’s needs and to further his understanding of construction materials. Hence, no two Prince-designed buildings are alike.
This collection of Prince’s drawings and architectural models is a treasure trove of ideas and is a truly once-in-a-lifetime chance for the art-loving public to gain insight into the inner workings of one of the world’s most innovative architects.