Nate Hume

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Nate Hume

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Planted by Nate Hume

Planted flickers between common architectural profiles and materials by embedding them together in non-conventional ways. Plaster, concrete, pigment, and plastic drift into each other to form patchy relationships instead of their usually clearly defined edges and reveals. Roof-lines invert and molding details scale to the size of the whole as the form contains familiar profiles forming an unfamiliar whole. The heaviest material rises upward in the larger mass which then sits atop a small precarious anchor questioning assumptions about structure and weight.

・6"x6"x6"

About the Artist: Nate Hume is a licensed architect who received a Bachelor of Architecture from The Ohio State University and a Master of Architecture from Yale University. His design work and writings have been published in journals and periodicals including Project, Posit, Tarp, Paprika, and The New York Times. Nate has exhibited work in shows at The Druker Gallery, the A+D Museum, the Yale Architecture Gallery, One Night Stand, and the New York Center for Architecture. Recently he has curated the show Adjacencies at the Yale School of Architecture Gallery. He is the creator and editor of Suckerpunch, a website exploring the work of contemporary architects and artists, through which he mounted the exhibition and accompanying book Fresh Punches. He is currently a lecturer at The University of Pennsylvania and has previously taught at Yale University and Pratt Institute. Nate is a principal at Hume Architecture in Brooklyn New York where the work places an emphasis on experimenting with the interplay between geometry, strange materials, and perception to create saturated spaces capable of enveloping users and eliciting new encounters.

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