June 18, 2014
Location:New York, New York
New York-based Kate Raudenbush is known for her illuminated, geometric steel sculptures that can reach highs of 42 feet. Kate mixes visual symbolism cross-culturally, utilizing welded and laser-cut metal, acrylic, mirror, sound and light to shape her designs into large-scale architectural environments. In this way, the artwork is not just an object to behold, but also an experience to be lived. Kate’s public artworks can be seen at such diverse locales as: the International Sculpture Festa in Seoul, South Korea, in a city park in San Francisco, The Nevada Museum of Art in Reno, in the desert at Burning Man, at The Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas and New York, and the Art Basel/Switzerland and Miami art fairs.
Title Of Work: Mining For Light
Whole Sale Price: $3,000 USD