PROJECT: A labyrinth-like, concentric heart rendered with ropes, harmoniously gathering people together in a public space as a community. Heart Path is a nod to traditional fair attractions like cakewalks and mazes. However it invites you to interact with its shape and create your own piece.
ABOUT: Kim Holleman is a mid-career Brooklyn-based artist. She attended The Cooper Union NY and the Rietveld Academie in Amsterdam, Holland. Holleman's first solo show in NY, Law of the Land at Black and White Gallery was chosen "Best In Show" by R.C. Baker in The Village Voice, and was reviewed again for the art section. Her award-winning work, Trailer Park: A Mobile Public Park, has shown at The Storefront for Art and Architecture, The Cooper Union and Dumbo Arts Festival, among others. Holleman's work has been featured in The NY Times, The Metro, Next American City Magazine and L-Magazine. Kim opened two solo shows in 2011 at Work and SLC Gallery respectively, and her work is currently on view in several group shows in New York.