This 9-foot diameter steel sculpture continues Kevin’s investigation into the confluence of geometric illusions and organic forms. The one-sided torus’s rust surface contrasts with its segmented skin, which lays upon the sculpture’s bones. Its rough exterior and endless rotation mirrors the complex simplicity of life’s journey, in itself an illusion.
Like Kevin’s sculpture Torrent, Wherever You Go reveals and conceals with palpable power and energy.
The second photo shows the sculpture installed at Pima Community College East Campus, in Tucson, Arizona, which commissioned this sculpture for an exhibit.
The third photo shows the sculpture installed in front of Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.
The video shows how Kevin raised the sculpture upright after creating it on its side.
Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Oxidized steel, 108″ x 120″ x 26″, 2012