8 monthes ago - By Advanced Sculpture
Plastic, oil, ink, food coloring, spray paint 8' x 4' x 3"
An exploration of the concept of the chemical repulsion of two substances. Plays with ideas of biology and science as well as emotion and movement. Audience interaction can help define the meaning and purpose of the piece. Gravity takes a big part in the floor installation and positioning that caters to the liquids and their movement.
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