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SARAH SZE: STILL LIFEWITH LANDSCAPE(MODEL FOR A HABITAT)Wen Niao Qu
June 8, 2011 - June, 2012• On the High Line, between West 20th and West 21st Streets.
The High Line
Sarah Sze
Sculpture and Architecture
STILL LIFE WITH LANDSCAPE (MODEL FOR AHABITAT)
Perspective Drawing in 3D
View from South of High Line   View from North of High Line
Goals“highlighting the way theHigh Line frames naturewithin this distinct urbanspace”“ thinking about thesculpture as a si...
Materials“In keeping with the desireto disseminate the sculptureinto the larger city, I choosemirrored stainless steel for...
“Living Art”
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  1. 1. SARAH SZE: STILL LIFEWITH LANDSCAPE(MODEL FOR A HABITAT)Wen Niao Qu
  2. 2. June 8, 2011 - June, 2012• On the High Line, between West 20th and West 21st Streets.
  3. 3. The High Line
  4. 4. Sarah Sze
  5. 5. Sculpture and Architecture
  6. 6. STILL LIFE WITH LANDSCAPE (MODEL FOR AHABITAT)
  7. 7. Perspective Drawing in 3D
  8. 8. View from South of High Line View from North of High Line
  9. 9. Goals“highlighting the way theHigh Line frames naturewithin this distinct urbanspace”“ thinking about thesculpture as a site ofexperimentation”“finding a way for thesculpture to be essentiallytied to the experience ofmovement on the High Line,rather than being anotherobject to simply pass by.”
  10. 10. Materials“In keeping with the desireto disseminate the sculptureinto the larger city, I choosemirrored stainless steel forthe main structure. Thereflective surface fracturesand mirrors the surroundinglandscape while alsoamplifying the effect of thechanging light over thecourse of the day. The thinsteel mimics the quality of adrawn line, emphasizing thesculpture as a perspectivedrawing in space.”
  11. 11. “Living Art”

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