Client: Private Collector
Location: Wassiac, NY, United States
Completion date: 2012
Artwork budget: $6,000
The goal of this work was to ignite a sense of play between the space and land and inspired from the idea of ball bouncing and rolling freely at play. Additionally it underpins the physical movement of departure from the most common path to highlight new possible paths to the viewer to not be afraid to look outside the common path, seek adventure and leap confidently into the unknown. The path of the line is made up from 3 different sections and sit on top of the grass with no platform. Sections are screwed into concrete blocks which sit into the ground.
Powder-coated, Aluminum tubing
1-3′ Width varied x 4’ Heights varied x 14’ Length , 2012
The goal of this work was activate and complement the landscape.
The only collaboration was between myself and the client. I was the artist, designer and fabricator for this work.