A temporary exhibit at Franconia Sculpture Park in the Fall of 2014, “Apertures” is a an interactive sculpture produced by the 1st year graduate students in architecture. “Apertures” explores the way light and shadow interplay through various frames and perspectives.
Dragon Bowl View 1
Dragon Bowl and Plate View 2
Dragon Bowl View 3
Dragon Bowl View 4
Fashioned out of what is often the oldest indicator of man in archaeology, ceramics, this piece is a commentary on the permanency of electronic waste in our environment.
“Bartering Basura” A Commentary on the Life cycle of E-Waste
Bartering Basura View 3
Bartering Basura View 2
Comprising of series of unfired clay wedding dresses that were later dissolved in a time lapse under running water, wedding wonderland is a commentary on the permanency of memory, heightened emotion, and human relationships.
5 Shades of Bride
5 shades of Bride (2)
5 Shades of Bride (above angle)
Every Girl’s Dream/ Happily Ever After
Abouth that Posh Life
A Woman’s Worth
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