This quilt was the result of an assignment I made for a sculpture class I took in 2017. I wrote about that class here. The assignment was to make something interactive. I was inspired by Sol LeWitt’s wall drawings to make these blocks that my fellow students could arrange in a grid. I invited them to think about how the colors were interacting and about creating a compelling pattern. It was interesting to watch them work on it together, and I think they had fun. My professor liked it. He wanted to keep playing even after the piece was done.
I finally pieced these blocks together as my classmates arranged them. Gina Pina quilted this for me. Mitch Hopper took final pictures. It measures about 70” square.