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1966 Waddelf Gallery, New York, "Black Marble Mosaics"
1971 "Shelters for Senses" environment in studio
1973 Art Gallery, State University, Potsdam, NY, "Fabric Structures"
1975 The M.H. de Young Memoria! Museum, San Francisco, "The Spectral Passage"
1976 Cranbrook Academy of Art Museum, "Fabric Structures"
1979 Colony Square, Atlanta. Georgia State University, "Suspended Structure"
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
1968 The Brooklyn Museum, "Expenments in Art & Technology"
1970 American Cratt Museum, "Contemplative Environments"
1977 The Brooklyn Museum, "VVomen in American Architėcture"
1978 The Philadelphia Art Alliance, "Art-ln-Science I"
1979 Museum of Modern Art, "Transformations m Modern Architėcture"
INSTALLATIONS & STUDIES Fabric environments
1973 Wave Hill Center for Environmental Studies, Riverdale, NY, "Learning Environment" 2000 sq. ft. Roofdeck, study for Manhattan Community Rehabilitation Center
The Carborundum Museum of Ceramics, Niagara Falls, NY,
'The 20th Century Environment" 4200 sq. ft.
1975 University of Delavvare Readmg Study Center Environment for Children, 300 sq. ft.
Office renovation, study in collaboration with J. C. VVarnecke
Assoc. for Lepercq de Neuflize & Co. of Paris and New York
1978 Riis National Park, suspended shade structure spanning 124 ft.
1980 International Furniture Exhibit, Paris, France. 30,000 sq. ft. for CRS Group + Metcalf & Eddy
SELECTED INSTALLATIONS in brick, marble & granite
1967-71 Rochester Institute of Technology, 4 brick vvails, Edvvard L. Barnes, arch.
1969 Container Corporation Headquarters, Chicago, marble mosaic 750 sq. ft.
1971 Clifton High School, Baltimore, Md. mosaic reliefs 520 sq. ft.
1973 Lincoln Hospital, Bronx. NY, brick waH 3000 sq. ft. Max O. Urbahn architect.
1981 560 Lexington Ave, New York, brick relief 1750 sq. ft. The Eggers Group
Pennsylvania Avenue, VVashington, D.C., Old Post Office Plaza 7000 sq. ft. Pennsylvania Avenue Development Corporation New Oorp High School, Staten Island The Eggers Group
1983 Amhurst Station. Buffalo, N Y, brick relief 1000 sq. ft. Niagara
Frontier Transportation Authority
1985 James Plaza, Richmond, Va., granite sculpture with water. Paul Fnedberg Assoc.
1986 7 World Trade Center, New York, granite wali 4000 sq. ft. Emery Roth & Sons, architects
1990 Wi!shire/Alvarado station plaza, Los Angeles, 40,000 sq. ft., South California Rapid Transit District
ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
1976 Cranbrook Academy of Art
1977 Philadelphia College of Textiles & Science, Art-in-Science I, program sponsored by University City Scence Center
1984 *The Design Process" International Symposium on Architectural Fabric Structures, Orlando, Fla.
1985 "3rd International Symposium on Wide Span Structures" Stutt-gart University, Germany
1971 AJA Artist-Architect Collaboration, with Edvvard i_. Barnes
1972 WAA & Al A NY Chapter citation
1981 IFAI International Award for Excellence, with FTL Associates
1982 National Endovvment for the Arts fellovvship
Reif, Rita. "Background for Living," p. 34, THE NEW YORK TIMES, May 11. 1971
Crane, Catherine. "Space Shelters for Senses," pp. 22. 26, INTERIORS, July 1971
Morgan, James. Interiors," pp. 93-95, ARCHITECTURAL RECORD, August 1971
. "Shelters for Senses," pp. 50-55, ARCHITECTURE PLUS,
. Tabrics for the Future." pp. 84, 85, INTERIORS. January 1979
Shorr. Mimi. The Self in Chambered Space," CRAFT HORIZONS, August 1971
Maicolm. Janet 'About the House," pp. 115-117. THE NEW YORKER,
September 25. 1971 Klosek, Judy. "Present Future," editorial, THE DESIGNER, October 1971
Levvin, Susan Grant. 'A Truly Sensuous House," pp. 118-21, 155, HOUSE
BEAUTiFUL, November 1971 Najman. Ronald. 'Sheltering the Senses," pp. 46. 47 THE SATURDAY
REVl£W, August 12, 1972 "Plastic Huis Vol Avonturen," p. 137, ELSEVIER / HOLLANQ
December 30, 1972
Reese, tise Meissner. 'Sensuelles Environment," pp. 94-99, 120, MD/
Germany, January 1973 Drevves, Caroline. 'The Spectral Passage," p. 25, SAN FRANCISCO
EXAMINER, March 19, 1975 Donohoe. Victoria. 'Art in Science," PHILADELPHIA INOUIRER, May 26, 1978
Plann, Richard. "Setting up Tension," pp. 72-75, INTERIORS, July 1979 Thompson, Mary Lee. "Aleksandra Kasuba," pp. 35-39, WOMAN!S ART JOURNAL, VVinter 1984
REPORT ON ART & TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM, The Los Angeles County
Museum of Art 1967-1971, pp. 144, 145, Maurice Tuchman UNDERGROUND INTERIORS, Norma Skurka & Oberto Gili, work featured
on the cover & pp. 30, 31, Ouadrangle Books, 1972 WOMEN IN AMERICAN ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN: A HISTORICAL AND
CON T EMPORA RY PERSPECTIVE, Susana Torre, VVhitney Publications
ART-in-SCIENCE I. . . 7977. ALEKSANDRA KASUBA, LES LEVINE,
ALEXANDER MESS1NGER—Artists exhibited tnnovative use of mdus-trial fabrics for architecture and art. Collaboration vvith Philadelphia College of Textiles and Science.
ART-in-SCIENCE II . . . 1980. SUZANNE REESE HORVITZ-A colored eiectrographic pnnting project. Hands-on instructions. demonstrations and exhibition.
ART-in-SCIENCE III... 7981 R. BUCKMINSTER FULLER—Exhibition focused on Fuller's early dravvings, 4-0 and Dymaxion ideas and his last invention of the Dymaxion Bookcase. Project highlighted his mathe-matical and engineering genius and his visionary thinking.
ART-in-SCIENCE IV. . . 1983. R. BUCKMINSTER FULLER—Exhibition featured Fuller's private coliection tracing influences on his perceptions. A tape on vvhich Fuller talked about his coliection was heard by visitors in an old-fashioned telephone booth. lt is believed to be the last tape Fuller ever made.
ART-in-SCIENCE V. . . 1986. LOIS JOHNSON, THOMAS PORETT, PHIL SIMKIN—The three artists vvorked in collaboration vvith geographically-dispersed artists. Simkin through his conceptual art resource of a fixed-up diner serving food for thought entitled IFACTS (Institute for Advanced Creative Thoughts and Stuff)—Johnson created an 8'x25' murat in four color high speed offset lithography—Porett exhibited totemic computer graphics which included audience participation on computer monitors.
ART-in-SCIENCE VI. . . 1987. JOAN BRIGHAM, CHRtSTOPHER JANNEY, Text: EMMETT WILLlAMS—STEAMSHUFFLE Steam. sound and poetry on eight upright glass panels mteract vvith sidewalk pedestnan traffic.