Sculpture Options for 2015 Site-Specific Proposals

 

**Our 2015 Call for Submissions is now closed.

Please check back in the Spring for our 2016 call. Or join our mailing list and we will write to you about it!**

 

  • We strongly encourage you to go to Grounds For Sculpture to experience these works in person. Pictures do not do them justice. Please reach out to us when you make the trip out. 

  • Click on the main picture for each sculpture and use the arrows to view the rest of the set. Pictures and notes provide a better idea of what the piece is like, including factors you may want/need to consider in formulating proposals. Notes can be accessed by either rolling over or clicking on the photos. 5 of the sculptures options do not have photo galleries on our website at this time. Instead, links to photos are included. 

  • In addition to descriptive details about the work, where possible, we have included artist websites addresses and an imbeded link to more information on the specific sculpture.

  • You can have gentle physical contact with nearly all of the sculptures. If you have questions about how much you can engage, please ask. 

  • Admission fee to the park is waived for your rehearsal times there. 

  • Please contact us with any questions or concerns

  • ***The following images are for the sole purpose of providing prospective Outlet Dance Project choreographers with visual references of the sculptures they may apply to create work in conversation with for the event taking place at Grounds For Sculpture on October 3, 2015. Any use of the images outside of that realm are strictly prohibited.***

all photos on this page by donia salem

Bones of the Forest by Robert Lobe

 

Hung on brick on the side of the building. Near the entrance to the West Gallery. Concrete paver pathway in front of sculpture.

 

Photo of the work (please note: this is not the current background of the work). Film discussing the series that this sculpture is a part of here

 

Robert Lobe, Bones of the Earth, 2006, heat-treated hammered aluminum. Courtesy of the artist. www.robertlobe.com

 

Additional photos of the work will be featured soon. 

Forth by Mary Schaffer

 

On a slight hill. Surrounded by grass. 

 

Photos of the work. 

 

Mary Schaffer, Forth, 1994, stone, 132 in x 72 in x 72 in, Courtesy of The Sculpture Foundation, Inc., by exchange with Philip and Muriel Berman. www.maryshaffer.com

 

Additional photos of the sculpture will be featured here soon. 

Arcs In Disorder by Bernar Venet

 

This is a large sculpture featuring 4 inverted arcs surrounded by grass.

 

Please see photos of the work herehere, here, and here

 

More detailed photos of the work as it is at Grounds For Sculpture to come

 

Bernar Venet, Arcs in Disorder 4 Arcs x 5, 2002, Cor-Ten steel, 161 x 163.5 x 35.5 inches, each, Courtesy of the Bernar Venet Studio.

 

www.bernarvenet.com

Three Indeterminite Lines by Bernar Venet

 

Please see photos of the work here, here, and here. Video of Mr. Venet speaking about the sculpture here (please note that the sculpture setting at Grounds for sculpture is to be found in the first photo link above). 

 

More detailed photos of the work as it is at Grounds For Sculpture to come

 

Bernar Venet, Three Indeterminate Lines, 2005, rolled steel, 98.875 x 99.625 x 116.125 inches, Courtesy of the Bernar Venet Studio

 

www.bernarvenet.com

Eolith by Isaac Witkin

 

This tall sculpture sits on a hill with a moderate incline surrounded by grass.

 

Please see photos of the work here, here, and here (giving you a sense of scale, although the location is different than in the photo).

 

Additional photos of the work will be featured here soon. 

 

Isaac Witkin, Eolith, 1994, stone, 168 in x 96 in x 48 in, Courtesy of The Sculpture Foundation, Inc.

 

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