A Model of Unsubsiding Intricacies
A Model of Unsubsiding Intricacies is a small, wooden sculpture that is suspended in a second story window in a brick, two-flat apartment building stairwell. It is lit underneath with a clamp light and only visible after sunset. The sculpture itself is made of thin strips of ash wood that form a linear structure. This work studies the evolution of the utilitarian as cross beams are transformed into intricate, decorative features.
A Model of Unsubsiding Intricacies is a study for a larger, seven-feet-tall kinetic sculpture that is being built during quarantine.
Photography by Amy Shelton.
Installation for Purple Window Gallery.