Jan 29, 2019
169 Views

A Mirrored Fence that Changes with the Seasons

Written by

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

Alyson Shotz is an American artist based in Brooklyn, New York. She graduated with a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1987 and received her MFA from the University of Washington in 1991.

In her artwork entitled Mirror Fence (2003), Shotz installed a 138 ft x 36 x 4 inches (42.06 m x 91.44 x 10.16 cm) fence made from acrylic, wood, aluminum and ‘hardware’. The mirrored finish means the fence reflects the surrounding landscape and changes with the seasons.

The installation can be viewed at the Storm King Art Center, a sculpture park located in the Lower Hudson Valley in the state of New York.

[designboom via Colossal]

 

1.

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

2.

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

3.

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

4.

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

5.

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

6.

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

7.

Artwork by ALSYON SHOTZ
Photograph by Jerry L. Thompson

 

 

 

If you enjoyed this post, the Sifter
highly recommends:

 

 

 

 

 

Article Categories:
art · DESIGN · installation · reflection

Leave a Reply

hit tracker