“The stunningly beautiful way in which art and science intersect”
These are the words Dennis Bisgaard, Kingswood-Oxford’s Head of School used to describe the sculpture that now inhabits the entrance of their new Science building.
I chose the double helix form to emphasize life in it’s myriad forms. Each turn of the steel and paper form reveals new creatures and colors as it moves and the viewer moves around the space. I wanted to encourage students to think about the interconnections between species and to be curious about how our ecosystems work in the web of life.
Art as a bridge to science, science informing art.
Please see the article about the sculpture in the Hartford Courant here www.courant.com/community/west-hartford/hc-west-hartford-kingswood-oxford-kate-chappell-art-1114-20151113-story.html