Tell us a little about yourself:
Jade Boudreaux is a Chicago-based architectural designer and futurist from the Acadiana region of South Louisiana. She completed her Bachelors of Science in Architecture at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette in 2014 before graduating with a Master of Architecture from SAIC in 2016. In 2017, she was the first Architect in Residence at Chatuea de Chambord for the French Heritage Society. She aspires to pursue a competitive career in fencing and hopes to travel to space someday.
What kinds of art do you create?
Mostly architecture, but sometimes drawings tangentially related to architecture.
How did you get started?
Combining a history in architectural public art installation and fabrication with an interest with computer science and data center design, her studio practice has come to involve imagining futures through speculative drawing and writing.
In one sentence, briefly describe your artistic style:
Line and layer as unspooling progeny of an astronaut’s lucid dream. (Sam Mock)