Interstitial

2012 | University of Wyoming Art Museum
May 2012 — June 2013

Commissioned for the Wyoming Sculpture Invitational, this large-scale installation of cascading strands created an overhead canopy in the museum lobby. It was designed in response to the architecture of Louise Predock.  The title speaks to the conceptually inspiration— layering of clouds between earth and sky. Defined by a gossamer tactility, the work plays with dynamics of light and shadow as they change throughout the day and the contrast between gestural squiggles and their gridded precision.

monofilament hand drizzled with hot glue
dimensions 28 feet width x 33 feet long x 22 feet height

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