Force/Collide was chosen to be an exhibiting artist in the Bellevue Arts Museum 2016 Biennial: Metalmorphosis. Every two years, a distinguished jury curates an exhibition at BAM that focuses on a different medium and encourages artists to push their boundaries in concept and skill - this year, in the medium of metal.
Parenthetical Light uses fabricated silicon bronze and light to create tension through form. Largely referencing surroundings that overwhelm with emblems, graphic cues and architectural signals, the piece contorts space outward and back again in sustained call and response. Dramatic shadows and abstract shapes act in counterpoint; a deep spectrum of tones is brought out with a hand finished patina.
19.5 x 105 x 9"
All photographs by Christopher Eltrich
Parenthetical Light is currently on display at HyBrid Architecture in Seattle, WA. For a private viewing and pricing information, follow the links below.