• Interior Landscape Residency
  • In Process

Tumbleweed Rodeo

Sarah Aziz and Jack Craft
01 May–31 Aug 2020

Tumbleweed Rodeo, January 31, 2020, Photo: Adam Farcus

The third edition of a traveling exhibition Tumbleweed Rodeo at Space p11 was scheduled to bring tumbleweed from West Texas to the interior landscape of the Chicago Pedway for a week of automatic drawing and "rodeo performances" in the Spring of 2020.

Though postponed by the COVID outbreak, Tumbleweed Rodeo will come to Chicago in fall of 2020 or Spring of 2021, and we will continue to feature updates on the project.

Tumbleweed Rodeo, January 31, 2020, Photo: Adam Farcus

Sarah Aziz is an architectural designer and educator from Halifax, UK. She holds a B.Arch from Liverpool John Moores University and an MArch from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Sarah has practiced in offices in Leeds, Sydney, and Tokyo, and currently teaches at Texas Tech University.

John Robert (Jack) Craft
lives with his family on a commercial cattle ranch in the Texas Panhandle. The ranch is located 70 miles south east of Amarillo, Texas. His art work consists of solid cast-iron sculpture and prints that are made utilizing his sculpture as a tool to create abstract images that reflect the mass and the dimensions of the sculpture.

Details on Interior Landscape Residencies at Space p11 can be found at www.space-p11.com/irl