Wednesday, June 16, 2010

LSE: 2010 [Living Sculpture - By Jason Verbeek]

Living Sculpture.. with sedum and chicks and hens to a steel sculpture
By Jason Verbeek
Location: DePaul University Campus, Lincoln Park..
Near the Concert Hall,
800 W. Belden Avenue, Chicago, IL-60614.
A part of Lakefront Sculpture Exhibit [LSE]- 2010..

From the official website of Lakefront Sculpture Exhibit..
Verbeek works for an ecological excavating company building and restoring wetlands, ponds, and parks. To him sculpture consists of two elements, the work itself and the environment in which it exists. His sculptures are evolving from strictly steel into a new form of organic-inorganic combinations.

“Living Sculpture” is a breathing, self-sufficient entity. The fourteen-foot steel shell stands like a balancing seed surrounding and supporting a culture of Sedum plants of varying species and colors, all hearty and succulent. “Living Sculpture” has utilized organic material and blurred the lines between sculpture and environment. The elevation serves as the connection of mass to earth, producing lightness.

# Lakefront Sculpture Exhibit .. click here ...
# Official website of Lakefront Sculpture Exhibit, click here ..

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