Pae White is an American artist based in Los Angeles, California. Working across media, she pursues an expansive practice that embraces sculpture, installation and painting as well as architecture, furniture and graphics. Pae White’s large-scale architectural installations are often carefully integrated into their site. Her practice is characterised by an unconventional use of materials such as glass, fabric, paper, wire and vinyl and her desire to create work beyond her personal skill set by inviting artisans and industrial fabricators to help realise her ideas. Exploiting the perceived gaps between art, craft and design, Pae White has created an extraordinarily diverse body of work.
Recent solo exhibitions and public commissions include Demondaine, Kaufmann Repetto Gallery, Milan; Qwalala, Le Stanze del Vetro, Venice; The Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago; Command-Shift-4, Henry Art Gallery, Seattle (2015); O R L L E G R O, MAK, Vienna (2013); Too much night, again, South London Gallery, London (2013); Magic Carpet Ride, Berlin Brandenburg Airport (2012); Woven Walk, LAX Airport (2012); Restless Rainbow, The Art Institute of Chicago (2011); Dying Oak/Elephant, St Louis Art Museum, St Louis (2010); Material Mutters, The Power Plant, Toronto (2010); MetaFoil, the curtain for the New Opera House, Oslo (2008); Lisa Bright and Dark, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale (2008); and In no particular order, Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester (2006).