VisArts at Rockville
Rockville, MD, 2012
In this installation, I try to respond to a narrow entrance hall with a very high ceiling three floors high, with the root system of a plant called Liriope that likes to spread in every direction. "Ground Cover: Roots of Liriope" begins as a single painted line and expands into a three-dimensional steel sculpture that climbs and reaches the corners of VisArts' ground floor atrium; spreading in every direction to take hold of larger grounds. I identify with "Liriope" personally since my own ROOTS have spread through three continents with the hope of still going strong.
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