International Sculpture Center

   

DIRECTORY

Kim Radochia

Clean Slate
2005
8'L x 5'W x 4'H
Stainless Steel, Aluminum

The layerings of multiple thin horizontal sheets of metal in varying rectangular shapes makes reference to the form of a book from afar but close up reads like natural forms of mountain ranges, watery waves, or bark from a tree. This sculpture directly relates to the local topography of the Berkshires with its gently rolling hills and rivers. Silhouettes of form and shadow play prominently in this piece as does reflected light and the colors of nature.