38 Pieces, Wood, India Ink, two recessed 3-D printed forms, paint. 30’ W x 10’ H Pieces may be sold individually.
The Museum Of
Gold Montclair, October 2021
The Museum Of is a cross between the things you may see at the Museum of Modern Art and The Museum of Natural History. Many of the black charred or India ink-stained wood forms are presented floating just one inch from the wall. They are invisibly attached to hide what is supporting them and often appear to be flowing together in one direction.
While their inferences vary from abstraction, animate and inanimate objects, inner and outer space, hybrid creatures, near and far objects, procreation, punctuation and hatch marks (a convention of drawing), they still look like one large, peculiar family of diverse forms. In a recent exhibition, a bench was built to allow viewers to be swept into their own daydreams in this room for contemplation.
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