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