FreelandBuck’s work SLIPSTREAM is currently on display at New York’s bridgegallery. Alluding to Lebbeus Woods’ 2010 ‘Slipstreaming’ drawings of flow, the installation is a single drawing extruded through the gallery space and cut away to produce a set of interconnected spaces. Essentially, it’s a study in fluidity and flow, attempting to escape the rigid solidity of the nature of buildings, by taking a 2-dimensional line and applying it to a 3-dimensional space. Constructed of 1,800 individual pieces of plywood that slot together, the sculpture also acts as a filter as the viewer passes by, shifting views at it works around the gallery space. SLIPSTREAM is on display at bridgegallery until August 24. (Photography: Kevin Kunstadt)