About the Exhibition
Harriet Brickman’s site-specific work, Beached Forms: Passages, consists of geomorphic forms comprising several fragments (none exceeding five feet in height) placed within a sixty-foot area of beach. Brickman described the work as “the tension between landscape and figure expressed in geomorphic forms which merge, coalesce and disperse with the elements. The forms found and formed along the waters’ edge, shift with its movement, realizing an essential ambivalence.” Most of the sculpture lies near the ground and appears as a natural extension of the beach topography in color, shape and texture.
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