A Monument to Infrastructure (Bunker #1), 2013
Concrete, acrylic paint, wood, hardware
76 x 76 x 76
Aside from it's funny presentation on a very undersized plinth (read: base), I was only interested in this sculpture. If the base wasn't enough to complicate the viewing, it would also have been nice to see the work by itself without any other visual distractions in the field (other artworks on the wall). In one version of my viewing (seen in the photographs above), the only way to isolate the object was to get in close and lose the whole. This was actually a good idea as it afforded thoughts about the subject of the work (architectural defense) and the numerous perspectives available: eyeball, globe, pac-man...