CHERYL, Artist & Architect
Responds within 24hrs.
ABOUT MY SPACE
Sunny, charming and spacious private bedroom in 2bdrm apartment in LES / Chinatown. Lots of great natural light. Double-size bed. 12-foot ceilings. Bookshelf, full closet and lots of Lower East Side charm in one of NYC's hottest neighborhoods.
The user will have full access to the public areas in the apartment-- the living room, kitchen, etc. The living room/open kitchen has two large tables, couch. Kitchen is fully-equipped.
Laundromat is across the street, supermarkets around the corner. Cute cafes and bars around the corner as well.
✓ No smoking allowed
✓ No pets allowed
ABOUT ME & MY WORK
Cheryl is a New York-based artist working at the boundary of art and architecture.
Cheryl’s work investigates the transformation of space over time. Uniting her training in art and architecture, she creates transformative and performative spaces. She explores how spaces can perform on varying scales, ranging from smaller scales such as shelters and surfaces that accommodate the body, to larger spaces that extend their reach to entire environments. Her work questions the social implications of space through audience-sensitive built spatial interventions, in which harnessing public interaction is integral. When physical elements in architectural spaces perform and change, they also dictate changes in behavior – How do we perceive and react to difference? How do we register change over time? How can race, sex and politics become embedded in architecture and how is space negotiated? Cheryl’s creative process is a crossover between digital drawing (using tools such as mapping, architectural drafting software and 3D modeling), visual experiments and the construction of spaces. Her work has been published in Domus Magazine, Architizer, Design Observer and Interior Design Magazine.