Looks nice in the safety of the white cube. Way to go. Now make a figure 8.By the way, the piece looks really good when you're looking at it on a computer listening to Janet Jackson's Rhythm Nation 1814.Escapade!
Very striking with the appropriate lighting. Kudos!
dope title, dope shadows. looks really really good, dude. The title is simple and it really expands the piece. Ice.I'm looking at it right now listening to Pharaoh Sanders. Not the right mix for it, maybe Janet is the right route to take.
I like this piece. It has an intentional rhythm to it. It's free--like you can angle it (I think anyhow) in a multitude of ways, but it is its own shape nonetheless. I love to see it horizontal and hovering. Let Ezekiel have a glimpse. :) Anyway, I just think it is incredibly beautiful. Mama
Nice work Mr. Castleman- Fascinating idea. It immediately brought to my mind the Shinohara circle bridge in Yokohama, Japan. Of course Shinohara used trusses to make his bridge so that one could theoretically walk on it infinitely. But your use of the cantilever span bridge treats me to the idea of the bridge without actually having to deal with it physically. The two create the juxtaposition between what is theoretically infinite (encouraged by the negative space your design creates) and what actually could be a journey to no where for as long as one wished. Well done.C. Oldenburg
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