Award Winners / Artist Profile

About the Artist

Allison Kudla (Seattle) received 2009 GAP Award funding towards material, production, and labor costs for the creation of a living natural system in the form of a manufactured decorative pattern. Decorative Growth Pattern, originally demonstrated as a site-specific installation for Seattle’s McLeod Residence, is to be a newer, larger version that involves a digital projection and a camera to allow participants to see all of the growth/decay phases over the course of its six-month long show in Gijon, Spain.

Information included above was provided by artist at the time of application.