Taylor Heir : capstone
A sculpture is the result of manipulating ideas and materials in a physical procedure carried out over a significant stretch of time. As I execute this procedure, ideas develop, intentions change and the work slowly decides how it wants to evolve. Suddenly my broad plan to simply make something interesting has taken on a life of its own as I sift through endless waves of good and bad ideas. These ideas emanate from the piece and increase in intensity as the process goes on. Focusing on the physicality and tangibility of sculpture, my work relies on the explorative aspects of the process to ...
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