1984 92"h 82"w 81"d
material: sand-blasted aluminum plate on granite base
architect: Jim Falck, ASLA, Metropolitan District Commission, Boston, MA
site: the Charles River Esplanade, Boston, MA
commissioned by the Friends of Fiedler and the City of Boston
photographs by Will Howcroft
This portrait considers a man whose media image and private persona were at odds.
The strategy was to create a sculpture addressing distance, perception and "knowing" in a dynamic way.
A layered image, it reads most coherently from afar, becoming more abstracted as the viewer draws near, providing a visual parallel for the character of the man.
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