Revision is functional sculpture made of stainless steel and glass that combines elements of design with metaphorical meaning. The word revision relates to the act of seeing, which is a strong element of this sculpture as the glass canopy acts as a layer of lenses that capture and transform light. The vivid light creates a relaxing environment and simulates the feeling of immersion that is experienced in the pool.
Revision represents a new direction in my work, an exploration of the phenomenon of sculpture as architecture and as a space of experience. Revision is a significant for me because it exists both as an aesthetic form and as a transformative space that can be physically entered.
To view the blog of this installation please visit www.revisionsculpture.blogspot.com
Revision was completed in 2007 and is permanently installed in Rumson, NJ.
A special thanks to Beth Deutch and Larry Rubin for commissioning this sculpture!
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