Over a period of 15 years, married artists Marisol Rendón and Ingram Ober have found themselves continuously “fixing” their home. After two children and more than a dozen pets, this body of work emanated from the physicality of the house and the symbolism created around it. Ingram’s work sits at the collision point between some of his favorite contemporary art influences: cast off materials from around the house and DIY home improvement. Marisol’s work explores the space between hope and delusion through a geologic investigation of domestic and architectural materials, objects, and forms. As an artist couple they are constantly reminded of the fluid relationship between their efforts to shape the space which they inhabit and how the fabric of themselves and their family are in turn, shaped by their home.
Terminal 2 East, Pre-Security