LINDA PAGANI is an artist and experiential designer. Utilizing architecture as subject and medium, Pagani creates and captures experiences in the form of artwork and happenings.
Her inquiry into architecture began at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and she further explored interdisciplinary art at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Working with light, architecture, and landscape, Pagani examines the coexistence of manmade structures and nature. Her photographs of structures acting as futile obstacles to light are abstracted into compositions that isolate exact moments when light makes an entrance. She transforms space into a series of folds and bends in her paper and ceramic sculpture, with light and shadow acting as drawing tools. Crossing the boundaries of the plane, Pagani alternates between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional, questioning perspective and suggesting possibility.
Pagani exhibits nationally and internationally and her work is held in private and public collections, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
In the spirit of artistic collaboration, Pagani founded tribe culture lab to convene women to practice creativity through local pop up labs and global creative workshops.