I recently completed an installation for the Halsey's annual juried student exhibition, Young Contemporaries. I proposed it as one thing, and it kind of turned into a thing of its own. It came to life, despite the fact that upon proposing it, there were many unknowns as to how it was actually going to come together. It was very much an experiment, materially as well as formally, but I'm quite pleased with the results.
13' x 6' x 4'
made with polyethylene fabric coated with polyurethane, held together with hotglue
The piece is designed to be experienced from both sides. Viewers are invited to step inside, which is the most exciting part, if you ask me!
Many people have been asking me about the nature of the material that I used. It's actually been recycled from a sculpture I made a while back... look familiar?
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