Razran 101 was a large-scale exterior installation designed for the Razran Hall exterior at Queens College, in Queens NY.
The exterior redesign was the winning design submission for a design commission hosted by the City University of New York (CUNY), designed to highlight some of the interior paths of circulation on the windowless exterior of the buildings structure.
“…as my first large scale installation I found the opportunity to call attention to this windowless facade to be a an ideal example of how art can highlight under-appreciated aspects of our built environment. Now, 10-years later, find the contrast of its aesthetic to the rest of the Queens College campus — both architecturally and visually — to add a new element of interest and intrigue, that I didn’t initially anticipate”
Razran 101 was developed as a permanent installation in collaboration with the Queens College Department of Fine Art and the Dormitory Authority of New York (DASNY) — Summer 2008.