My installation in Abductions and Reconstructions included salvaged bits of failed sculptures from 2016, sculptures from the 2015 splinter series, and new forms inspired by my unskilled yet sincere efforts to package splinter sculptures for transport to buyers.  This installation also included the pedestals, as their presence came as a surprise to me.  Had they not been there, the work would have turned out entirely differently.

This podcast with Martha Willette Lewis of Live Culture includes an interview about this exhibit with David Borawski, its curator, and me.

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