1990, Sculpture Space, Utica, NY
Designed and built during a two month residency, this sculpture is based on the rural architecture of upstate New York – barns, corncribs, silos. Made of perforated metal, the sculpture casts shadows and alters from translucent to opaque as the sun shifts.
Four out-of-town sculptors are getting the lay of the land as they create things at Sculpture Space, the former Utica Steam and Boiler Works factory in West Utica. -- Utica Observer-Dispatch READ REVIEWS
Perforated steel, steel tubing, hardware
Dimensions: 12' H x 3' W x 21' L