Red Riding Hood and Cloud Cover were created on the event of the third Neuberger (Museum) Biennial Exhibition of Public Art, 2002, on the SUNY Purchase, NY campus. The sculptures were described by Curator Eleanor Heartney as a reminder of the wilderness upon which this campus (SUNY Purchase) was built, and of the age-old struggle between hunter and hunted which is the dynamic of both human and animal societies.”
Both works are built upon modified, camouflaged-painted hunting stands; Cloud Cover was mounted high on the corner of the library exterior on the campus mall, and Red Riding Hood Stand stood just outside the main entrance of the museum.
Hood Stand: painted fiberglass and painted steel;
x 9 'x 9'.
Cover: painted fiberglass and painted steel;