Kurt Dyrhaug's sculpture employs agricultural and aeronautical imagery taken from his experiences living in Minnesota and Southeast Texas. His work recalls the mechanical forms and functions of elements from industry, but present iconic images with new associations and meanings. Dyrhaug believes that reconstructing these familiar forms, as he does with Sensor Device III and Rolling Keel, holds the potential for creating a variety of enigmatic and suggestive propositions that solicit interpretation.
cedar, cast iron, and aluminum 108" x 60" x 60"
sculpture, installation, exhibition
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