International Sculpture Center

   

 

DEANA RENNICK

Blue Volume, Pergo laminant underflooring, 4' x 3' x 3' 2004.

My work is influenced by my intuitive reac­tions to landscape and architecture. During my five years in Alaska, I lived in a variety of places, including a tent, a cabin, a shed, a house, and a cab-over camper. These differ­ent shelters have led me to create hollow forms that explore our sense of place and question a form's relationship to its surround­ings. These hollow forms play with the idea of volume, of place, and of interior and exterior. I think of the inside as an actual tangible object, not just as "nothing."

 

Ohio State University
Faculty Sponsor: Todd Slaughter, Malcolm Cochran, and Carmel Buckley