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Publication Date: 2014-08-12


Judy Ledgerwood Confuses her Audience Beautifully

Earlier this year, Chicago artist Judy Ledgerwood created site-specific wall paintings at the Madlener House. This historic home (which now houses the Graham Foundation) was transformed into a vibrant, pulsating space intended to startle the viewer. The entire first floor of the Madlener House was enveloped in metallic floral motifs and hot, fluorescent colors. This 1902 Prairie-Style house was completely transformed as Ledgerwood engulfed the viewer and succeeded in confusing perceptions of both scale and space. Makes us think of "Alice in Wonderland"....


Photo courtesy of: Art-Agenda


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