The Vestibule
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  Taylor Hanigosky  suspended found rocks with a network of string, tension and their own weight. Hangiosky studies the aesthetic and conceptual curiosities of rocks; the resulting work is a meditation on balance, time and interaction. In the installations, rock are a medium to question our limitedly human understanding of fragility and permanence.

Fragile and Upheld - Taylor Hanigosky

March 31st - April 6-8 2018

  Taylor Hanigosky  suspended found rocks with a network of string, tension and their own weight. Hangiosky studies the aesthetic and conceptual curiosities of rocks; the resulting work is a meditation on balance, time and interaction. In the installations, rock are a medium to question our limitedly human understanding of fragility and permanence.

Taylor Hanigosky suspended found rocks with a network of string, tension and their own weight. Hangiosky studies the aesthetic and conceptual curiosities of rocks; the resulting work is a meditation on balance, time and interaction. In the installations, rock are a medium to question our limitedly human understanding of fragility and permanence.

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 New Works in Rock, Wood, String

New Works in Rock, Wood, String

Seattle-based artist Taylor Hanigosky constructs durational installations in which found rocks are suspended by a network of string, tension and their own weight. Hangiosky studies the aesthetic and conceptual curiosities of rocks; the resulting work is a meditation on balance, time and interaction. In the installations, rock are a medium to question our limitedly human understanding of fragility and permanence.