Scaff is an asymmetrical porcelain truss formed like a skeleton, then suspended.
Like modern architecture with an emphasis on lightness and prudent connections, the units are pulled together by magnets that also register the pieces and form the joint.
7.2 m l x 80 cm w x 3.2 m h
284” l x 30” w x 125” h
porcelain, magnets, acrylic rod, nylon fishing line
© 2022 by Neil Forrest
Filament, one-person exhibition (includes Scaff), at the
Stanlee and Gerald Rubin Center for the Visual Arts, University of Texas, El Paso, TX
RAM press molds made possible by Professor Larry Bush at the Rhode Island School of Design.
Photography by Neil Forrest