Between Earth and Sky
A sculpture installation that explores the liminal and unpresentable and how this is physically instantiated. The title references architectural theorist Christian Norberg-Schulz and his Heideggerian concept that we dwell poetically between earth and sky. The work extends this concept by postulating that this concept of dwelling provides a mechanism of being with the artwork at a level outside of language and thought. The work is a trace of the presentation of the infinite, rather than its representation.
280 x 431 x 150 cm
Fabric, Jesmonite, paint, mylar mirror film, timber, steel wire