No wall is big enough. | Steven Siegel: Sculpture, Collage, Film 119 sections May, 2022
G12 - "Do you remember three dimensional chess? I never tried it, and don't know if it's still around, but it got me to thinking. What if a board kept expanding? Instead of 8x8 it became 9x9? A couple of pawns could arbitrarily be added every time the board got bigger. Maybe at 10x10 a bishop or a knight would appear. What if instead of ending the game the objective was to just keep playing the game?"
101 sections February 2022
E11 - "And while these small changes pile one on top of the other, the sun continues to power life on the land and in the sea. Or does it? It was red in August from the western smoke. Beware."
Photography session, August, 2021
D8, detail - "An unconformity is the missing space between blocks of time. It implies a history but reveals none."
81 sections, November 2021
A1-H7, F8-H10 August, 2021
A-G May, 2021
A1-E7 February, 2021
Detail D1 - "By December everything that was on the wall was also on the screen."
A1-C7 November, 2020
Detail A4 The wall
Detail B4 The pond
A3-C5 August, 2020
B3 The pond
Panels A4, B4 June, 2020
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