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Alice Aycock, Hoop-­‐La at 53rd Street and Park Avenue. 2014

Alice Aycock, Hoop-­‐La (Park Avenue Paper Chase) The sculpture is currently installed at street on Park Avenue.

Alice Aycock, “The Leonardo Swirl,” Galvanized sheet metal, diameter x Collection of Beth Rudin DeWoody.

Fantasy by Alice Aycock

Fantasy Sculpture II 1990 Painted steel, wood covered with fiberglass, vegetation 15 feet diameter at base, 24 feet high, 20 feet overall width

Orna Feinstein’s 10,000 reused art invitations

Orna Feinstein’s 10,000 reused art invitations

Twister, 2013, by Alice Aycock

alice aycock, her work is often inspired by turbulence, chaos, whirlpools, dramatic movement

Alice Aycock - Starsifter, Galaxy NGC 4314, Ramapo College of New Jersey: Sports and Recreation Center, Mahwah, New Jersey

Alice Aycock - Starsifter, Galaxy NGC Ramapo College of New Jersey: Sports and Recreation Center, Mahwah, New Jersey

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'Atomic: Full of Love, Full of Wonder' 2005 installation by artist Nike Savvas at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne

Alice Aycock Wavy Enneper, 2011. Fiberglass, aluminum, acrylic 213,4 x 294,6 x 259,1 cm

Alice Aycock Wavy Enneper, Fiberglass, aluminum, acrylic x x cm

Paper: Irene Schawinsky, wife of Alexander “Xanti” Schawinsky who was a Bauhaus student and later taught at Black Mountain College (presumably with Albers). This sculpture appeared at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), sometime before 1944.  This sculpture shows a common variation on the concentric circle model, where a center circular hole has been cut out. In this case, the hole is rather large, enabling significant flexibility.

History of Curved-Crease Sculpture. Irene Schawinsky, student of Josef Albers

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