A Collection of Columns

During Emperor Hadrian's reign in Rome, he ordered Apollodorus of Damascus to rebuild the Pantheon. Upon arrival at the Pantheon, you are greeted by a typical Etruscan style Temple, large overhanging eaves, widely spaced columns and a deep front porch. It is not until you venture inside the structure that you witness the magic that the pantheon reveals.
Similarly, the four columns in my pier along the entry port of Miami, act as an element of deception. They individually highlight a given element: water, wind, rain, and atmosphere. In order to partake in the magic, you must venture beneath the pier into each individual column.

Critic: Silvia Acosta

2017 — Frogtown, Los Angeles