Site-Specific Installation by
David Katz Opens at HCCC

Posted June 19, 2012 in Blog

Sculptor, David Katz, working on Systemic Expansion.

Last Friday, we celebrated the opening of Systemic Expansion, David Katz’s large-scale, site-specific installation on view in the Artist Hall at Houston Center for Contemporary Craft. Throughout the evening, Katz shared the ideas behind his fired and unfired ceramic work with museum visitors who, in turn, where able to experience the space in a whole new way.

We hope you come to experience the installation soon! Please, keep in mind that we offer free docent-led tours for groups up to 40 people; all you need to do is book your group tour in advance.  Here are some photos of the installation process and the opening reception. . .  To see the rest of the images, please visit our Facebook page.  Systemic Expansion: David Katz is on view through August 11, 2012.

Detail of Systemic Expansion.

HCCC staff and volunteers helped during the installation of Systemic Expansion.

David Katz speaking about his work during the opening reception.

Susie Silbert (Curatorial Fellow) and sculptor David Katz during the opening of Systemic Expansion.