Deb Sokolow

Deb Sokolow’s schematic-like drawings depict fictitious environments of the future. The artist’s two-and-a-half-dimensional pieces are rendered by hand and feature geometric shapes and saturated fields of color that represent landscape architecture, floor plans and shifting walls. Sokolow’s titles are inspired by both the layout of museum spaces and authors of postmodern literature—employing humor and skepticism to hint at the frequently concealed social engineering involved in the designs of corporate, institutional and domestic architecture.