Monday, March 30, 2009

Ward Shelley, Living in a See-Saw Named Stability

Right now at the Lawrimore Project in Seattle, artists Ward Shelley and Alex Schweder are living in a weighty architectural sculpture for their piece "Stability."

The see-saw hangs from its middle in a large, empty, gallery space and tips up and down as its human inhabitants move about their temporary living quarters. The two artists speak of how they have learned to cooperate in this great short feature on NPR's All Things Considered: Listen
Or watch an NPR video feature on it here.