Built from a series of modular components each installation was individually composed based on the artist’s design.
For this six-story tall installation, the sculpture incorporated interior and exterior components to appear as though it were weaving inside and outside of the building. To accommodate the environmental conditions, the exterior units for this installation were fabricated from aluminum rather than steel. Once fabricated, they were welded into clusters, powder coated and permanently installed.
One of the most complex installations in this series, this sculpture measures nearly seven stories high. The sheer magnitude of this installation required that thousands of individual components be welded together to create more than 200 individual architectural elements. Starting on the ground and climbing to the top of the space, these groups of clusters were connected to one another and supported by the building’s structure.
To support the artist’s exhibition in London’s Serpentine Gallery, we fabricated over 100 individual elements to work within this unusual space. Once fabricated, the units were shipped to England and met by Amuneal personnel who assisted with the installation.