New Work | 2007-2008 | Franklin Commons | The Beauty of Random | Essence | Character/Social Commentary | Figurative | Time
The Beauty of Random
The random nature of events, relationships, people, is often misread as having a deeper meaning (that person was brought into my life for a reason.). When more accurately any conclusion drawn, or lesson learned, was attention paid to the person or event within the context of your own personal experience. This series of sculptures shows new relationships developed through joining randomly cut and broken pieces. Dynamic potential increases by paying attention to patterns and consistencies found in these new relationships.