The Plastic Garden or Transformer Sculpture, Auto Parts, 35’x26’x16’, 2016 Governors Island Art Fair and NYC National Park Department
How did you get into debt?
Mortgage, credit cards
The Universal Butterfly Eco Sculpture Auto Parts (plastic bumpers), Natural Light, 35’x22’x16’, 2015 Governors Island Art Fair NYC
Describe your art practice
Artist Statement As a post-modern conceptual artist, I always look for symbols to connect the content of my art with the contemporary world. My creative process starts with an initial image that usually comes to mind spontaneously from some unknown source and represents the conceptual framework for the centerpiece. I then plunge into a procedure that involves constant experimentation with the available materials, the existing site, and the flow of original ideas. I use various media including sculpture, digital, light, sound, video, installation. Site carries an important meaning, and I utilize it with imagination in the service of the primary installation concept. In my previous installations on site as an artist I always tried to create dialog with the public. Engaging communities in all projects helps me extend the creative process, and change the status of viewers to participants.
The Mosquito Suspended Sculpture The image of Mosquito placed upside down Found objects, Light, 68’x20’x12’, 2013
Would your work look different if you weren't in debt?:
The Space Ship Sculpture Metallic Strips, Found Objects, 13’x23’x26’, 2012