Titled “Wonder Wall,” Flood’s project explores the role of graphics in architecture through the design and construction of 3-D tartan grids.
Organized by the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, the exhibition opens Saturday, June 2 at the Plaza de la Raza in Los Angeles. An exhibition reception, featuring readings and performances, is scheduled
Saturday, June 9, 3-6pm.
Flood's fellowship will also culminate in an installation at the Municipal Art Gallery in September. Flood is a designer of information, graphics, and architecture. In 2007, she founded F-lab with Ramiro Diaz-Granados, a form laboratory that focuses on the popular application of contemporary design and fabrication techniques.
F-lab’s recent commissions include a retail expansion strategy and store prototype for a new frozen yogurt brand, the design and installation of an exhibition to showcase the work of 45 contemporary designers, and the design and fabrication of the winning scheme for a board of director’s conference table. In addition to her professional practice, Flood teaches in the undergraduate and graduate programs at SCI-Arc.
The LAAFL exhibition remains on view through June 30. Plaza de la Raza is located at Lincoln Park, 3540 North Mission Rd.