Photo Credit: Robert Keziere
THINGS AS THEY ARE — Floorpieces
Eventually the tables disappeared and the objects that had occupied their surfaces became larger. The floor became the support for these new narratives, allowing the viewer to become less of a distant observer and more of a participant, occupying the same immediate space and time of the pieces. The significance in these sculptures became less personal and more concerned with collective sub-conscious symbolism and open metaphors.