2013 | Central Washington University Spurgeon Art Gallery

hand drizzled hot glue
site-specific sculpture installation
dimensions variable 50′ length x 30′ width x 15′ height

Nearly 2,000 lengths of monofilament were hand drizzled with hot glue and suspended on thin wire from the ceiling. The artwork presents interconnecting curves, articulated by a pathway at the gallery’s center. As viewers move in and through the work, the gossamer structure quivers continually between thresholds of opacity and translucency.

See also BLOG POSTS:

Why I love hot glue: Part One 8-9-2013
Why I love hot glue: Part Two 8-10-2013
Empty gallery, queasy gut 9-10-2013
Hot glue art installation in progress 9-23-2013
Visualizing gargantuan glacial floods 9-25-2013
Making waves, the rise and fall of art 9-30-2013
Less lighting, more mood 10-2-2013
A joyous art opening 10-2-2013
Gallery enmeshed in hot glue 10-4-2013
It glows in the dark 10-4-2013
Art, poetry, the magic muse 10-28-2013
Down, down, dancing the art down 11-1-2013

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