Anna Sew Hoy Public Sculpture
Responding to Kings Road Park’s constellation-like design that incorporates a water fountain, a waterfall, a jungle gym, and various seating elements, LA>
The sculpture will relate to the human form through its scale, standing between four and five feet atop the grassy knoll and between the white rocks that are already in the park. Made of enamel washed stoneware and an embedded mirror, the sculpture will highlight the act of seeing; offering passersby a viewfinder, a mirror reflection, and an opaque silhouette. Visitors will be able to experience the constantly changing views through the mirror as they move through the park. The sculpture will allow park visitors to encounter something new every time they visit by reflecting different views as they navigate the surroundings of the work.
About the Artist
Anna Sew Hoy received her MFA from Bard College in 2008 and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, CA.