As Canal Convergence continues to grow and expand the event will transition to the fall, with our first fall Canal Convergence taking place November 2018. Choi + Shine Architects are creating the first of several large scale, site-specific installations to be featured at this event. Their sculpture, “Arizona!” is an 8 foot tall, 650 ft long hand crocheted lace ribbon which will elegantly meander over and around the Arizona canal in Scottsdale from November 2018 through March 2019. The artists are looking for experienced crocheters to contribute to this piece and will be on site at the Canal for the first weekend of Canal Convergence February 23rd & 24th to discuss their project and how you can get involved. Stop by to meet the artists and learn about their upcoming installation!

Artist Bio

CHOI+SHINE ARCHITECTS
is an internationally awarded design studio established by Jin Choi and Thomas Shine. Their works have appeared in museums and galleries worldwide with their best known project, “The Land of Giants”,  human shaped transmission towers, scheduled for construction in Iceland in 2017.

JIN CHOI, BA, MFA, MArch
holds a MFA in Architectural Art, and an M.Arch from Yale University. Her work has been published and exhibited worldwide, including the V&A in London. In 2013 she was selected by The Korean Institute of Architects as a “Global Young Architect”. She is the co-inventor of several patented works with Thomas Shine.

THOMAS SHINE, BArch, MArch, R. A. RIBA
received his B.Arch and M.Arch from Yale University and taught Architectural Structures at Yale. Before studying architecture, he worked in biotechnology in London, and later ran a firm developing medical equipment. He is the co-inventor of several patented works with Jin Choi.