Wall Hangings by Nike Schroeder Studio seen at Dougall Paulson Studio, Los Angeles - Convex/Concave at Dougall Paulson’s Studio
Wall Hangings by Nike Schroeder Studio seen at Dougall Paulson Studio, Los Angeles - Convex/Concave at Dougall Paulson’s Studio

Convex/Concave at Dougall Paulson’s Studio

In Watts, Turning an Old Light Bulb Factory Into a Home.
With 12-foot ceilings, exposed wood beams and ample skylights, the 2,300-square-foot solar-powered space (with a 4,000-square-foot roof deck) is an artist’s work-home dream. Filled with industrial elements, midcentury statements and contemporary art by friends such as the German fiber artist Nike Schroeder, the space is finished with a cinematic soundtrack: the recurring rumble of the Metro’s Blue Line, which runs eye level and just outside their second-floor windows.

Published in the New York Times

Meet the Creator

But despite that as well as her work’s salient qualities of sculpture and installation, what Schroeder accomplishes can be fundamentally understood as painting by another means.