Public Installation "Window" - Riverside Park South, Manhattan / May 2014 - May 2015
Size: H 13' W 15' L 18'
Material: Steel tubes, cast resin and acrylic panels
Incorporating a swing, "Window "creates a moving multi-faceted viewing experience to make viewers more aware of the complex act of perception that they take for granted.
My piece encourages viewers to consider the various dimensions of perception—from examining the two-dimensional colored surfaces of Window, to experiencing their changing place in time and space as they swing through it, in front of Hudson River at Riverside Park.
Public Installation "Tree Of Life" a collaboration sculpture - Van Cortlandt Park, Bronx/ June 2014 - June 2015
Fountain installation "Still Life"
Size: H 6' W 2' L 2' Year: 2015
Medium: Welded and formed aluminum, steel base, hydraulic oil and pigment
"Still Life" visualizes a narrative: the time is flowing infinitely between two oval objects that seem to fall apart into opposite directions; however they stay still and only the time is passing through.
The two objects indicate a relationship where we find continuous changes and stillness.
A pole in the middle of two shapes shoots up black liquid from the tip endlessly. The shiny black surface entirely covers the dome and the dish. This quiet fountain express variant and invariant time and space between two existences.
Fountain installation "String"
Size: H6' W2' L2' Year: 2016
Medium: Stainless steel, steel, aluminum, hydraulic oil and pigment
"String" is an infinite string of metal in different qualities and sizes; transformation of material from molecules to fabricated objects, and also from its liquidity to solidity. The oil contains metal pigments flowing through the string of metal balls, and the drops make ripples in the pond underneath. The overall DNA-like shape and the movement express infinite changes and possibilities within an uniform existence.