Seed of a City


2010. Plasterboard, steel frame, paint.

[l:55, w:55, h:165cm]

Formed from a diagonal stack of plasterboard, elevated to eye level. Within the block is a carved 10” sphere, visible from three tunnels that connect exterior with interior.

Knowledge of a complete sphere within the structure must largely be taken on trust, as it cannot be viewed fully from outside. Influenced by the underground cities of Kapodokya in Turkey, and architectural sculpture such as Conical Intersect by Gordon Matta-Clark, the accumulative qualities of this cheap material are explored.


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