EXHIBITION:Barry Herem: In Steel
Sculpture sits on a flat black metal base, not pictured. Please contact for photos.
This what I call a slab of broken Formlines which, nevertheless, suggest their own completion in finished forms. They are definitely deconstructed in a modernist way which can tweak the brain. How interesting that deconstructions can only proceed from formal forms which, once complete, must be stretched, even broken, to gain new ground. How to do this is the question. If it’s not right, it’s wrong. Maybe this is “wrong” from right, or vice versa.