These glass and bronze sculptures were cast from the negative spaces of potholes. While the potholes themselves are jarring, the positives are recast as gems — shiny objects that elevate the lowly pothole to something of beauty. The casts record a specific moment in time and place, one moment in the evolution of the pothole. They are also a way trying to hold on to a particular moment in time and place, trying to find a stable point when even the road is eroding, shifting and changing.

Details: Sizes range from 6-13” diameter, cast bronze & cast glass, 2019

Exhibited: Catharine Clark Gallery, San Francisco