Archives – Fall 2010

CHERYL GOLDSLEGER, Perspective, Great Hall Constuction, National Academy of Sciences, Graphite on paper, 2009.


Cheryl Goldsleger’s work stems from an interest in architectural space and what it reveals about how a society is organized. Her work reflects a fascination with the way different structures are built and the diverse needs that architecture meets. This study reflects a body of work currently in progress based on the NAS building.

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Vol. XXVII, No. 1, Fall 2010