Sitings - House of Mirrors

Siting a house in the landscape is a symbolic act. "The symbolism of that act is the twofold. It is a joining, a metaphorical marriage between the natural and the cultural. But it is also a primal act of differentiation." This sculpture makes reference to this metaphorical marriage. Built form is "cloaked" to reflect the natural landscape around it.

Quotation from New York Times article titled "Two for the Roads: A Vision of Urban Design" by Herbert Muschamp.

Approximate dimensions 22" Ht x 14" x 14"

1994 - Ongoing Installation