Quartered Meteor, lead
Lynda Benglis is an American sculptor best known for her large abstract forms, often made from dripped wax, latex, foam, and other materials, that explore texture and material presence by referencing bodily, organic forms.
EAT MEAT, bronze
The artist’s earlier works, produced in the 1960s and 70s, have a distinctly viscous, liquid-like feeling and aesthetic. The artist produced many of these works by pouring various materials -- including several types of metal -- into a corner or directly onto a large flat surface such as a floor, allowing the material to flow over itself and eventually settle into a form that evokes fungus or a rock formation.
The artist’s process reminds me of that of Luis Pagan or Helen Frankenthaler, and the way these artists have created paintings by pouring pigment and medium directly onto a substrate. It’s fascinating to see this process translated into a three-dimensional format, as well.
PEITHO, cast polyurethane with pink pigment