Wedge Gallery

11.11– 12.03

Central Valley Accessories

Central Valley Accessories investigates the over-looked built fabric of Central Valley in California through photography and a shed-like installation. Created as part of an effort to increase representation and widen the scope of participatory audiences, the installation promotes an alternative understanding of architectural value. Made of plywood, and with no accessible interior, it defines space around it and provides needed shade and views down at the canyon's other structures.

Dylan Krueger is a California-based designer and educator. He currently serves as Architecture teacher, Scholar at Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo, where he teaches design studios and seminars.

Previously, Dylan taught architecture at California College of the Arts and Southern California Institute of Architecture (SC -Arc). Before teaching architecture, he earned a post-professional degree in Design Theory and Pedagogy at SC -Arc, a Master of Architecture from Southern California Institute of Architecture, and a Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Temple University.

Photography  by Chris Lee and Dylan Krueger

Woodbury School of Architecture

Wedge Gallery is located on the southwest end of the Woodbury University campus. Due to the COVID-19, in person visits are by appointment only. Please email us to schedule your visit. 

7500 N Glenoaks Blvd
Burbank, CA 91504