Coming Together, Dancing Apart 2004
This is a sculpture about the rhythms of dance and of relating: closeness and distance, coming together and moving apart.
Within a sculpture, that movement is frozen and reduced to one particular moment, encompassing all moments. The result is emotional ambivalence: the arms are embedded into each other, like umbilical cords, their legs grown together, yet their stance is straining to move away from each other.
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