Dan Havel and Dean Ruck (Havel Ruck Projects) work collaboratively to transform existing buildings into large-scale abstract sculptures. For their residency at Cherryhurst House they have chosen to use the artist in residency house at Cherryhurst as raw material to explore forms and ideas related to the power of nature.
Treating the walls, ceilings, and floors throughout the 1300 sq. ft. house as layers to be excavated, their process of physically removing pieces to create organic forms suggests relationships between science, spirituality, and nature. Ripple is about transformation and reverberation within and beyond a domestic space.