All Utopias Fell : a collaboration with Michael Oatman at MASS MoCA  This 102 x 50cm leaded stained glass panel is the translation of a collage by New York artist Michael Oatman into a window for an Airstream trailer.  Installed into the front window of the caravan, the stained glass was made as a gift to a fictitious 1970’s amateur astronaut who transformed the 30 foot long camper into a homemade satellite.  The Airstream, with it’s 39ft wing span and six photovoltaic panels, is part of Oatman’s permanent art installation  All Utopias Fell  that opened October 2010 at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams, Massachusetts.  Read  Art New England interview  with artist Michael Oatman about this project.  Photo: Art Evans
       
     
 Michael Oatman:  All Utiopias Fell
       
     
 Airstream window: interior of the space satellite  2010
       
     
  All Utopias Fell : detail
       
     
  All Utopias Fell : detail
       
     
 Debora Coombs and Michael Oatman
       
     
 Airstream window: Michael Oatman's design collage  The finished 102 x 50cm leaded stained glass panel is the translation of this collage.
       
     
  All Utopias Fell : a collaboration with Michael Oatman at MASS MoCA  This 102 x 50cm leaded stained glass panel is the translation of a collage by New York artist Michael Oatman into a window for an Airstream trailer.  Installed into the front window of the caravan, the stained glass was made as a gift to a fictitious 1970’s amateur astronaut who transformed the 30 foot long camper into a homemade satellite.  The Airstream, with it’s 39ft wing span and six photovoltaic panels, is part of Oatman’s permanent art installation  All Utopias Fell  that opened October 2010 at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams, Massachusetts.  Read  Art New England interview  with artist Michael Oatman about this project.  Photo: Art Evans
       
     

All Utopias Fell: a collaboration with Michael Oatman at MASS MoCA

This 102 x 50cm leaded stained glass panel is the translation of a collage by New York artist Michael Oatman into a window for an Airstream trailer.

Installed into the front window of the caravan, the stained glass was made as a gift to a fictitious 1970’s amateur astronaut who transformed the 30 foot long camper into a homemade satellite.

The Airstream, with it’s 39ft wing span and six photovoltaic panels, is part of Oatman’s permanent art installation All Utopias Fell that opened October 2010 at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art (MASS MoCA) in North Adams, Massachusetts.

Read Art New England interview with artist Michael Oatman about this project.

Photo: Art Evans

 Michael Oatman:  All Utiopias Fell
       
     

Michael Oatman: All Utiopias Fell

 Airstream window: interior of the space satellite  2010
       
     

Airstream window: interior of the space satellite

2010

  All Utopias Fell : detail
       
     

All Utopias Fell: detail

  All Utopias Fell : detail
       
     

All Utopias Fell: detail

 Debora Coombs and Michael Oatman
       
     

Debora Coombs and Michael Oatman

 Airstream window: Michael Oatman's design collage  The finished 102 x 50cm leaded stained glass panel is the translation of this collage.
       
     

Airstream window: Michael Oatman's design collage

The finished 102 x 50cm leaded stained glass panel is the translation of this collage.