2013 ArtPrize Entry

Transforming of the materials through repetitive actions lead to a meditative process of clustering and accumulation. From the interactions of materials I have used, I discover the beauty of abstraction that reference natural phenomena represent cellular structures, or growth patterns. The multiple elements depicted are organic compositions and biological details, which are visually attractive and tactile. I expect to give a powerful source of energy when viewers face the object.

Entry Details
  • Art form: 3-D
  • Depth: 11
  • Medium: Yarn, Matte medium
  • Width: 7'9
  • Year created: 2012
  • Height: 5'3

Venue & Connection Information

It should be hanging on the wall. And also the wall should allow hammering a few spot.

Venue Considerations
  • Special Lighting needed: No
  • Internet needed: No
  • Indoor Space needed: Yes
  • Outdoor Space needed: No
  • Audio/Video needed: No
  • Electrical needed: No

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