Annie Lapin: Parallel Deliria Iteration

Los Angeles painter Annie Lapin describes Parallel Deliria Iteration as “a never-ending painting in three dimensions.” The installation is composed of recycled components from previous installations, discarded works from Lapin’s studio practice, and new elements added in response to the architecture of the PMCA Project Room. The visual impact of the resulting installation is, like her paintings, marked with the artist’s internal struggle to break free of the constraints of the spatial limitation inherent in the act of painting. This project, conceived by Lapin as a way to sublimate her desires to paint in space and without conclusion, traces the limitations of the medium while attempting to subsume the architectural space of the room.