Exhibition: International Young Sculptors Program, 1991
East River Depth, 1991
Aluminum, steel, plastic buoys
10'9" x 6'6" x 6'6"
Lives in Frankfurt Am Main, Germany. I try to include the water of the East River into the Park, while I give a new definition of the Sculpture Park's limits. The position of the buoy is the cutting-point of the West -- and the North limit of the Park. With a mark on the top of the sculpture that shows the depth of the East River at this point (24') I try to let the spectator experience the space below the waterline. I want to do site-specific sculptures that concentrate upon a sensitive dealing with the circumstance, expecially with the architecture.