Sculpture Options for Site-Specific Proposals
Please click on photos for brief notes about each sculpture.
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This piece is surrounded by grass.
Shaded by a tree, this piece is on grass with a little gravel.
This sculpture sits above water (dancers may not go in) there is concrete that can be danced on both sides and in front of the piece.
This piece is on grass. There is not much space to go behind it.
This relatively small sculpture sits on a concrete stand. In front of it is a large grassy area.
Full title: "That's What You Get When You Mess With a Cat Scratched" This is a fairly large sculpture on grass. There are bushes behind so you cannot go to far behind it. In front is grass and a dirt path and a bit of a hill (the audience will likely stand in at least partially there).
This piece by Meryl Taradash is on a grass surface.
This sculpture can be touch, climbed on and can make sound. All of the elements can be struck with mallets (provided there).
Surrounded by concrete on 4 sides, sculpture sits in water. Not enormous space for dancing, but there is definitely room for significant movement.
This sculpture hangs on a wall, the surface in front of it is gravel and a little bit narrow.
This piece is in a pond. In front of it is grassy lawn (with a slight incline).
This piece is on concrete on grass.
This piece is on grass.
This piece has three large sections on concrete on grass. The piece can be touched respectfully.
There is plenty of grassy space around this piece
This piece is on grass. There is expansive area around it with small trees.
This piece is on gravel in the center of a path. There are grassy areas around it as well.
This piece sits on an expansive grassy lawn.
This piece is very large and sits on an expansive lawn.