The photograph Untitled (How House) shows the view from Rudolph Schindler’s How House garden through the window into the living room and through to the adjacent terrace. This residence in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, was designed for James Eads How and was completed in 1925.
In Untitled (How House), the focus is on the building’s characteristic bilateral-diagonal roof and ceiling structure. The photograph also serves as a kind of basso continuo for my work: the How House’s roof and ceiling structure is the nucleus in the visual vocabulary of various pieces, including the cube Interface No. 1 (2012) and the installation Webbing (2015).