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  image above:  detail views    BLACK / WHITE ,  2014  Acrylic on Hardboard Each letter: 16”x16”x16” Installation dimensions variable  Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.  The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

image above:  detail views

BLACK / WHITE2014
Acrylic on Hardboard
Each letter: 16”x16”x16”
Installation dimensions variable

Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.

The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

  BLACK / WHITE ,  2014  Acrylic on Hardboard Each letter: 16”x16”x16” Installation dimensions variable  Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.  The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

BLACK / WHITE2014
Acrylic on Hardboard
Each letter: 16”x16”x16”
Installation dimensions variable

Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.

The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

  BLACK / WHITE ,  2014  Acrylic on Hardboard Each letter: 16”x16”x16” Installation dimensions variable  Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.  The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

BLACK / WHITE2014
Acrylic on Hardboard
Each letter: 16”x16”x16”
Installation dimensions variable

Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.

The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

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image above:  detail views

BLACK / WHITE2014
Acrylic on Hardboard
Each letter: 16”x16”x16”
Installation dimensions variable

Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.

The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

BLACK / WHITE2014
Acrylic on Hardboard
Each letter: 16”x16”x16”
Installation dimensions variable

Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.

The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

BLACK / WHITE2014
Acrylic on Hardboard
Each letter: 16”x16”x16”
Installation dimensions variable

Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.

The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.

  image above:  detail views    BLACK / WHITE ,  2014  Acrylic on Hardboard Each letter: 16”x16”x16” Installation dimensions variable  Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.  The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.
  BLACK / WHITE ,  2014  Acrylic on Hardboard Each letter: 16”x16”x16” Installation dimensions variable  Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.  The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.
  BLACK / WHITE ,  2014  Acrylic on Hardboard Each letter: 16”x16”x16” Installation dimensions variable  Inspired by the early writings of Ludwig Wittgenstein, I wanted to create a sculpture that illustrated as clearly as possible, some of the concepts surrounding the limitations of language. The use of antonyms (in this case: black and white) is intentional as they both symbolize and embody linguistic boundaries; asserting a finite universe within their confines, but requiring silence concerning anything that might lie beyond their borders.  The resulting five letter/sculptures sit upon their own individual pedestals, promoting site specific installations while maintaining three rules: (1) they be arranged so each word is legibly formed and (2) with enough space in-between to allow movement around each letter and (3) they divide the space they occupy.
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