Lot of Salt, 2002Salt, wood20' × 32' × 28'
This sculpture captures the midway point of a traditional barn raising technique. By allowing this static moment to balance in place without the participation of builders, this piece becomes a full scale, three-dimensional snap shot of architecture in transition. While this sculpture preserves a single teetering moment, it also contains salt — a traditional food preservative.
Sep 22, 2002 – Mar 30, 2003 EAF02: 2002 Emerging Artist Fellowship Exhibition