Space is the Place
1999 | 14' high, 8' wide | Fibreglass, HPS lights, metal, electrical wiring
Two light-standard forms 14′ high, with six radiating arms that are each 4′ long. The piece is constructed with Fibreglass, High Pressure Sodium lights, electrical wiring and steel. First mounted in 1999 at the Eau Claire Market in Calgary as part of Truck Gallery’s “Sculpture Project in Calgary”. Remounted as part-fallen conformation in gallery setting for Ray Cronin’s Desire exhibit in 2000. A reiteration of the piece was made for the exhibition, in/future
, at Ontario Place, September 2016.