Dennis Kowalski

Thu, Jul 15, 1976
(This event has already happened.)

Although “Sally’s cube” seemed in dynamic contrast with its surroundings a neutrality remained that made me feel that successful additions could be made to the cube without sacrificing its integrity.

Besides its location the thing that most intrigued me aobut the cube was its open face. I wanted to limit the open invitation into the cube and somehow make it more mysterious, less of an invitation, more difficult.

Placing the slanted boards on the side softened the transition between the cube and the landscape, while heightening the ambiguity of the shelter—my main concern.

—Dennis Kowlaski