New York-based sculptor Lori Nozick installed wooden structures in
galleries in Italy last year, mounted
a show in Berlin over the summer, and then flew to Israel to initiate a future project. Her indoor gallery installations play with perspective and demand interaction. Outdoors, she builds with salt blocks, cast cement, steel, screening, and LED lights. She recently received a Pollock-Krasner Foundation award.
Sal Non Sal 124, 2009. 3,600 salt blocks and salt mortar, tower: 8 x 17 x 10 ft.; columns:
6 x 1 x 1 ft.; wall: 24 x 216 x 4 in.