Suyama Space
January 23 - April 17, 2009
Installations Installations Installations

Conceived of as both scale model for a building or as a landscape fragment, this work operates as a merging of the natural and the constructed environment. Suspended horizontal planes fill the space to create a form at once topography map and architecture. These stacked planes are sliced into two segments, allowing movement through the building and appearing as a landscape fragment. The form of the sculpture suggests a provisional boundary. Growth developing from the inside out is directed in a manner more akin to cellular organization that appears in an environment. Catalogue, essay by Chris Schnoor.

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