Installed for a solo exhibition of models and drawings at Davidson College near Charlotte, North Carolina, the sculpture was built with a process that followed no set plan. The form, conceived of as an architectural structure capable of modifications in response to the natural landscape features of a building site, had the capacity to be configured and reconfigured indefinitely.
Constructed with a simple stacking of horizontal planes and supporting vertical pillars my intention was that the form read as a model of uncertain scale suggesting a massive living complex, a parking deck, or even display shelving.
Van Every/Smith Gallery, Davidson College
August 26 - October 26, 2011