Client: International School of Beijing
Location: Beijing, China
Completion date: 2013
Artwork budget: $25,000
International School of Beijing invited San Francisco-based sculptor, Ann Weber to work with students to create a large-scale sculpture for the Beijing Global Initiatives Network Conference sponsored by the school. During her month long residency, Weber and students in grades K-12 created a 22-foot collaborative sculpture entitled The Ripple Effect, that addresses the theme of water in today’s China.
created from found cardboard, staples, polyurethane, 85 x 376 x 127 inches, installation at Shenshi Sky Gallery, Beijing. Collection of International School of Beijing
The goal was to work with over 1200 students K-12 to create a sculpture for a conference that the school was hosting about the Issues of water in China in 2013. We did it!