Multidisciplinary Living Artwork by Seattle Artist Allison Kudla Acquired by the Centre Pompidou for Its Permanent Collection
Seattle-based artist and designer Allison Kudla’s innovative living artwork “Capacity for (urban eden, human error)” was selected by the acquisitions committee of the Centre Pompidou, Paris, for acceptance into their Design and Industrial Prospects Collection. The piece will premiere at the Centre Pompidou on February 20, 2019, as part of the show “La Fabrique du Vivant”—the latest installment of the annual event “Mutations/Creations,” an exhibition and event series created in 2017 by Centre Pompidou’s president Serge Lasvignes. The show extends through April 2019.
Artist Allison Kudla earned her PhD at the University of Washington and has exhibited nationally, as well as in Europe and Asia.