Print on cnc’ed acryllic glass. Limited edition of 3 per piece.

These wall sculptures symbolize a search for an answer to the question: What is architecture? A series of highly abstract structures at the intersection of architecture and sculpture. All features that usually help us identify and read architecture and give it a place are absent. So, too, is any familiar context. These whimsical monoliths look unchangeable. Their textures are almost tangible, yet impossible to describe. Even so, the recognizability of the abstracted shapes and the exaggerated articulation of typical architectural elements – there are overhangs, plinths, roofs – enable us to engage directly with what we see. They touch on repetition, stacking, ensembles, public space. Despite their two-dimensional representation, these stripped-down architectural forms convey an existential, spatial, almost volumetric experience.

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