Shifting Points detail

Site-specific installation: metal, brass, clay, printed fabric, wood, household paint, radiograph pen drawing on yellow sticky note, metal structure aprox: 100 x 87 x 17 inches // 254 x 221 x 43.2 cm, 2016–17
(installation view from: “Where Do We Stand? Two Years of Drawing with Open Sessions,” curated by Nova Benway and Lisa Sigal, The Drawing Center, New York, 2017)

The shadows of objects echo the sculpture’s various dimensions, creating a dialogue between the 2D and 3D. The elements that meet in the sculptural ‘points’ of mergence are recreated design tools (ceramic distorted triangles); a ceramic reproduction of bolt from the Drawing Center’s basement column; a yellow sticky-note with a recreation of a doodle drawing I designed in Photoshop and later on projected and traced pointing to the new ways of drawing in our Internet era, a photo-print on a piece of fabric of a cracking wall that has been painted white numerous times, and the marks on the wall are a recreation of the leftovers of my color mixing palette.