Wall Sculptures

Rusty metal bands, salvaged electrical insulators, decaying metal fences, these are the materials that I use to create my wall sculptures. The objects are born in my imagination - inspired by the carcass of a boat in Princeton Harbor or the rusted wheel of an old mining winding tower in my hometown. They are created using found, salvaged, scavenged, and repurposed materials. Cast-off materials are abundant in my surroundings. Our society is built on consumption supplying a wealth of discarded materials to chose from. The rusted metal, the discarded electrical porcelain insulators, the simple geometries reach back into my technical, industrial past. I use light, or rather, its effects to add an additional dimension. Many of my pieces change character depending on how they are illuminated.

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