Constructing Deconstruction

constructing deconstruction sept 2013 wm

Inspired by the destruction of grain silos in Council Bluffs, Iowa.

Wooden Frame
Wooden hinged arms
Cardboard Tubes
Concrete
Asphalt
Rebar 

Chunks of concrete suspended in hollow shells of what were once, in a sense, protectors of life, reduced to meaningless rubble which will soon own no evidence of it’s former existence. The largeness that defends their right to exist, is the catalyst of their demise.

When Thoughts become so big, heavy and concrete, they cannot be scaled back to their original concept, they die.

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Consistently Inconsistent

Twisting, Contorting, Tangling , trying to morph into whatever shape is needed at any given time. We try to adapt to the unpredictableness of life, while developing and refining who we are simultaneously.
Twisting, Contorting, Tangling , trying to morph into whatever shape is needed at any given time. We try to adapt to the unpredictableness of life, while simultaneously developing and refining who we are. This can often lead to feelings of uncertainty, in regard to our own honesty to ourselves.

metal cube sculpture 1

metal and twine 2 copy

                       

metal and twine copy  

wire twine 2 copy

wire twine 4 copy