The Anchor was our first attempt at making a site-specific artwork in a non-controlled environment. The idea was to create a structure that exhibited the realities of its surrounding through change and progression of form. The context we chose for this project was urban and crowded. Therefore our concerns were centered around the spectators and their direct impact on the work. Along with the desire to make non-static art in mind, we decided to develop a structure that was moveable yet restrained to a specific location. Therefore we fabricated an artwork that could be locked around a public installment, in this case a metal ramp. Thus the artwork kept its mobility while maintained to an anchoring point.
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