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CSULB Assistant Professor Ryan Taber in project at Gamble House

Posted on September 17, 2014 by School of Art

As part of this year’s Art and Science (AxS) Festival in Pasadena, whose theme is “Curiosity,” the Gamble House has collaborated with the Pasadena Arts Council and Machine Project of Los Angeles to present a special 17-day artist intervention in Pasadena’s world-renowned historic landmark. On September 23, artist Ryan Taber will conduct three tours of the house, the first entitled the “Materiality and Signification Tour,” which he will focus on the front entry hall, back terrace and upstairs hallway through the use of a scale model of the staircase and samples of different species of woods. The “Joinery and Decoration Tour” will consist of a partial tour of the house focusing on the Attic “Billiards” room, the crawl spaces, the upstairs guest bedroom and the master bedroom. This tour will be conducted during the day and will feature samples of timber frame joinery cultural traditions as well as samples of different species of wood. Lastly the “Tone and Cadence Tour” will take place after dark and will feature content from the other two tours, as well as information about the houses artificial lighting and leaded art glass. A component of this tour will be conducted in the dark, with flashlights. There will be other projects and interventions by other artists until October 5, 2014. For more information, please click here.


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