This sculpture is the culmination of work done over the past ten years. Its incorporates the development of an idea derived from the ancient text of the I-Ching. My search for order both visually and conceptually, and peace both inside and out, has brought me to this place in time, design, concept, and space.
The abstract visual representation in Indifferent Space refers to a physical, psychological, and spiritual logic and illogic that describes our existence. The image of two separate structural chambers is seen as a whole or one work. One chamber could not exist independently of the other. The removal of one would negate the other and vice-versa, hence disturbing its balance in place and time. The suspended conical forms further compound the interdependency of the same material and created as a mirror image of each other, is what is described as the same but different principle or a presence in absence. In the work I see both contradiction and unity in the opposites of the two positions.
|Indifferent Space, 2004
17 x 24 x 32 ft.