2021, slate and bronze, 21.5"h x13.5"w x4.5"d (55h x34w x11d cm)
Main Entry: cam·bre
Etymology: French cambrer, from Middle French cambre curved, from Latin camur
: to curve upward in the middle
1 : to arch slightly
2: in dance - to bend slightly at the waist
Cambre 7-21 takes it title from classic ballet where it is defined as:
Arched . The body bent from the waist with the head following the movement.
This work is from a series that underlines the artist's awareness
of the inter-connection between artistic disciplines -
in this case sculpture and dance - and exemplifies his interest in "choreographing"
the typically earth bound materials of stone and steel.