Reciprocity
Reciprocity

This site-specific work was intended to sit openly and unobtrusive in the field, off the path as a marker of threshold, balanced asymmetry to metaphorically represents the act of a coming together to build a union with mutual exchange. The inherit exchange of energy in nature reminds that giving and receiving are nothing other than the flow of life. The white, linear, minimal structures of this work are intended to energetically activate, engage and openly support the natural surroundings while reminding the viewer to to participate in the law of Giving and Receiving in a increasingly taking world.

2018, 4’ H x 6’ W x various dimensions, plaster, plastic, foam, resin, fiberglass

She held the space between her hands
She held the space between her hands

2012, Foam, ink, aqua-resin, 14” x 4” x 4”

Portal Pool
Portal Pool

2014/2015, Aluminum, House Paint, Resin, 4' x 6' x variable

Hills
Hills

2018, photo taken 3 months after install.

Birds Eye View
Birds Eye View

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire, 4' x 13'

Snake in the Road
Snake in the Road

2012, Foam, Agua Resin, Ink, 10” x 6” x variable

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

Life is full of ups and downs, which become the hills of our own personal horizon lines as step back to change perspective. May the road rise to meet you where ever you are.

Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights at 12" to 5 feet. Presented by the New York City Department of Transportation

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

In reality, life is full of ups and downs, which become the hills of our own personal horizon lines. May the road rise to meet you. Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights from 12" to 5' high. Selected, commissioned and presented by the New York City Department of Transportation.

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights from 12" to 5 feet.

Selected and commissioned by the New York City Department of Transportation Urban Arts Program.

Curated by Katherine Gressel.

Hills
Hills

2018, 14” by 40’ variable, Powder-Coated Aluminum

Site-specific to the Beals Preserve. Purposefully placed without a surrounding base to allow the natural landscape to grow around the road-lines and transform them into hills over the course of the 4 month exhibition. Shifting perspective of scale, the horizon-line, effect of ones surrounds, the unexpected. Photo taken 3 months after install.

Reciprocity
Reciprocity

This site-specific work was intended to sit openly and unobtrusive in the field, off the path as a marker of threshold, balanced asymmetry to metaphorically represents the act of a coming together to build a union with mutual exchange. The inherit exchange of energy in nature reminds that giving and receiving are nothing other than the flow of life. The white, linear, minimal structures of this work are intended to energetically activate, engage and openly support the natural surroundings while reminding the viewer to to participate in the law of Giving and Receiving in a increasingly taking world.

2018, 4’ H x 6’ W x various dimensions, plaster, plastic, foam, resin, fiberglass

Fish Tailed
Fish Tailed

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, aqua resin, ink

Bounce
Bounce

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire, 14'x Variable 1' - 4' H

Hills
Hills

2018, 14” w x 40’ L x H variable, Powder-Coated Aluminum

Site-specific to the Beals Preserve. Purposefully placed without a surrounding base to allow the natural landscape to grow around the road-lines and transform them into hills over the course of the 4 month exhibition. Shifting perspective of scale, the horizon-line, effect of ones surrounds, the unexpected.

Hills
Hills

2018 14”w x 40’ L x H variable, Powder-Coated Aluminum

Site-specific to the Beals Preserve. Purposefully placed without a surrounding base to allow the natural landscape to grow around the road-lines and transform them into hills over the course of the 4 month exhibition. Shifting perspective of scale, the horizon-line, effect of ones surrounds, the unexpected. The photos is taken 3 months after install.

Two turns make a right
Two turns make a right

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, aqua resin, ink

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

This work physically interprets life's ups and downs in a true state of mind while humorously twisting the yellow line that is suppose to “take you there” into a comment on itself and holds open the nature of the paths we follow and the landscape that it creates. In reality, life is full of ups and downs, which become the hills of our own personal horizon lines. May the road rise to meet you. Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights at 12" to 5 feet. Selected and commissioned by the New York City Department of Transportation Urban Arts Program. Curated by Katherine Gressel.

Reciprocity
Reciprocity

This site-specific work was intended to sit openly and unobtrusive in the field, off the path as a marker of threshold, balanced asymmetry to metaphorically represents the act of a coming together to build a union with mutual exchange. The inherit exchange of energy in nature reminds that giving and receiving are nothing other than the flow of life. The white, linear, minimal structures of this work are intended to energetically activate, engage and openly support the natural surroundings while reminding the viewer to to participate in the law of Giving and Receiving in a increasingly taking world.

2018, Plaster, plastic, foam, resin, fiberglass

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

May the road rise to meet you. Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Image here is from the 2014 New York Marathon

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights at 12" to 5 feet. Selected and commissioned by the New York City Department of Transportation Urban Arts Program. Curated by Katherine Gressel.

Bounce
Bounce

2012
Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire
Variable 1'" - 4' H x 14'

Skiier
Skiier

2012

Foam, Agua Resin, Ink

Birds Eye View
Birds Eye View

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire, 4' W x 13'L

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

2013

Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

This work "Unparalleled Way" was installed on Rock Street, Brooklyn NY in June 2013 for the Rock Street Sculpture Show curated by Deborah Brown and Leslie Heller.

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

2013

Detail-Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

Unparalleled Way
Unparalleled Way

2013

Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

This work "Unparalleled Way" was installed on Rock Street, Brooklyn NY in June 2013 for the Rock Street Sculpture Show curated by Deborah Brown and Leslie Heller.

Coiled
Coiled

2012, Foam, Agua Resin, Ink 12” x 8” x variable

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

2013

Detail-Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way

2013

Detail-Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

Reciprocity
She held the space between her hands
Portal Pool
Hills
Birds Eye View
Snake in the Road
Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way
Hills
Reciprocity
Fish Tailed
Bounce
Hills
Hills
Two turns make a right
Unparallel Way
Reciprocity
Unparallel Way
Bounce
Skiier
Birds Eye View
Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way
Unparalleled Way
Coiled
Unparallel Way
Unparallel Way
Reciprocity

This site-specific work was intended to sit openly and unobtrusive in the field, off the path as a marker of threshold, balanced asymmetry to metaphorically represents the act of a coming together to build a union with mutual exchange. The inherit exchange of energy in nature reminds that giving and receiving are nothing other than the flow of life. The white, linear, minimal structures of this work are intended to energetically activate, engage and openly support the natural surroundings while reminding the viewer to to participate in the law of Giving and Receiving in a increasingly taking world.

2018, 4’ H x 6’ W x various dimensions, plaster, plastic, foam, resin, fiberglass

She held the space between her hands

2012, Foam, ink, aqua-resin, 14” x 4” x 4”

Portal Pool

2014/2015, Aluminum, House Paint, Resin, 4' x 6' x variable

Hills

2018, photo taken 3 months after install.

Birds Eye View

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire, 4' x 13'

Snake in the Road

2012, Foam, Agua Resin, Ink, 10” x 6” x variable

Unparallel Way

Life is full of ups and downs, which become the hills of our own personal horizon lines as step back to change perspective. May the road rise to meet you where ever you are.

Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights at 12" to 5 feet. Presented by the New York City Department of Transportation

Unparallel Way

In reality, life is full of ups and downs, which become the hills of our own personal horizon lines. May the road rise to meet you. Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights from 12" to 5' high. Selected, commissioned and presented by the New York City Department of Transportation.

Unparallel Way

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights from 12" to 5 feet.

Selected and commissioned by the New York City Department of Transportation Urban Arts Program.

Curated by Katherine Gressel.

Hills

2018, 14” by 40’ variable, Powder-Coated Aluminum

Site-specific to the Beals Preserve. Purposefully placed without a surrounding base to allow the natural landscape to grow around the road-lines and transform them into hills over the course of the 4 month exhibition. Shifting perspective of scale, the horizon-line, effect of ones surrounds, the unexpected. Photo taken 3 months after install.

Reciprocity

This site-specific work was intended to sit openly and unobtrusive in the field, off the path as a marker of threshold, balanced asymmetry to metaphorically represents the act of a coming together to build a union with mutual exchange. The inherit exchange of energy in nature reminds that giving and receiving are nothing other than the flow of life. The white, linear, minimal structures of this work are intended to energetically activate, engage and openly support the natural surroundings while reminding the viewer to to participate in the law of Giving and Receiving in a increasingly taking world.

2018, 4’ H x 6’ W x various dimensions, plaster, plastic, foam, resin, fiberglass

Fish Tailed

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, aqua resin, ink

Bounce

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire, 14'x Variable 1' - 4' H

Hills

2018, 14” w x 40’ L x H variable, Powder-Coated Aluminum

Site-specific to the Beals Preserve. Purposefully placed without a surrounding base to allow the natural landscape to grow around the road-lines and transform them into hills over the course of the 4 month exhibition. Shifting perspective of scale, the horizon-line, effect of ones surrounds, the unexpected.

Hills

2018 14”w x 40’ L x H variable, Powder-Coated Aluminum

Site-specific to the Beals Preserve. Purposefully placed without a surrounding base to allow the natural landscape to grow around the road-lines and transform them into hills over the course of the 4 month exhibition. Shifting perspective of scale, the horizon-line, effect of ones surrounds, the unexpected. The photos is taken 3 months after install.

Two turns make a right

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, aqua resin, ink

Unparallel Way

This work physically interprets life's ups and downs in a true state of mind while humorously twisting the yellow line that is suppose to “take you there” into a comment on itself and holds open the nature of the paths we follow and the landscape that it creates. In reality, life is full of ups and downs, which become the hills of our own personal horizon lines. May the road rise to meet you. Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights at 12" to 5 feet. Selected and commissioned by the New York City Department of Transportation Urban Arts Program. Curated by Katherine Gressel.

Reciprocity

This site-specific work was intended to sit openly and unobtrusive in the field, off the path as a marker of threshold, balanced asymmetry to metaphorically represents the act of a coming together to build a union with mutual exchange. The inherit exchange of energy in nature reminds that giving and receiving are nothing other than the flow of life. The white, linear, minimal structures of this work are intended to energetically activate, engage and openly support the natural surroundings while reminding the viewer to to participate in the law of Giving and Receiving in a increasingly taking world.

2018, Plaster, plastic, foam, resin, fiberglass

Unparallel Way

May the road rise to meet you. Unparallel Way was installed on the Fourth Ave Medians on 4th Street in Brooklyn NY from October 2013- Sept 2014.

Image here is from the 2014 New York Marathon

Powder-coated aluminum, 140 feet in length with varying heights at 12" to 5 feet. Selected and commissioned by the New York City Department of Transportation Urban Arts Program. Curated by Katherine Gressel.

Bounce

2012
Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire
Variable 1'" - 4' H x 14'

Skiier

2012

Foam, Agua Resin, Ink

Birds Eye View

2012, Foam, Fiberglass, Resin and Wire, 4' W x 13'L

Unparallel Way

2013

Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

This work "Unparalleled Way" was installed on Rock Street, Brooklyn NY in June 2013 for the Rock Street Sculpture Show curated by Deborah Brown and Leslie Heller.

Unparallel Way

2013

Detail-Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

Unparalleled Way

2013

Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

This work "Unparalleled Way" was installed on Rock Street, Brooklyn NY in June 2013 for the Rock Street Sculpture Show curated by Deborah Brown and Leslie Heller.

Coiled

2012, Foam, Agua Resin, Ink 12” x 8” x variable

Unparallel Way

2013

Detail-Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

Unparallel Way

2013

Detail-Hand-Painted Spray Paint, ink, acrylic mediums on Aluminum

30' in length with varied heights

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