Licensed architect with over 40 years of experience; retired professor of architecture at the University of Virginia.
All sculpture involves the shaping of space within the piece and its context. As such it induces you to experience these spaces by movement around the piece. This makes the piece come alive as viewpoints change. A static entity becomes animated. It may also induce one to occupy the piece by vicariously entering its interior spaces.
Thus, I am interested in expressing spatial concepts based on words; close, far, adjacent, above, below, etc. This can be done using geometric planar forms or volumes.