INSIDE-OUTSIDE, CAMBRIDGE, MA, 1998
Inside-Outside was a sculpture for Harvard University’s AIDS Awareness week at the Fogg Art Museum in Cambridge.
Inside outside suggests a trap or a tornado, a physical representation of vulnerability and permeability, fear and risk. A tall, hollow, layered form created from steel and nylon nets spirals downward from a 44-foot high ceiling to meet the viewer at eye level. Viewers are invited to stick their heads inside the piece.
MATERIALS & SIZE
Steel Lining, knitted stainless steel, nylon
Dimensions: ft. length x 13 ft. width x 13 ft. width
Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, USA