Rachel Mica Weiss (b. 1986) is a Brooklyn and Pittsburgh-based installation artist and sculptor. Her sculptural practice incorporates stone, cast forms, and textile languages—components that balance uneasily, vie for dominance, or are inextricably intertwined—to generate works embedded with gravity and tension. Her large-scale installations and Woven Screens are rooted in the craft of weaving, its technical processes, historical uses, and relationships to architecture. Using an environment’s unique architectural elements as her framework, her interventions nod to textiles’ historical use as a means to divide and control space, drawing attention to constraints within both physical and psychological spaces. Weiss’s work, which reconstitutes various boundaries, asks us to reimagine our so-called barriers as flexible, passable, and porous.