by Hubertus von der Goltz
About the Artist: Hubertus von der Goltz was born in Germany where he received most of his education. He also attended school in Italy. His work is known internationally and is represented in the United States by the Fassbender Gallery in Chicago, Illinois. "The theme of my work focuses on the individual and the balance between thought, action and existence - a basic human experience. Each figure exhibits a specific relationship to its environment, and the viewer's own reflection and participation endows the figure with purpose and meaning. The beginning and end of each balancing act is unseen, and discontinuous events are fused by spatial structure into a single new reality." – Goltz Installed in 1998 on the north side of Friedman Hall, Western Michigan University. Medium: Steel
Location Friedman Hall, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo Michigan, MI
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