Orosi , 2016, steel and paint, 6X13X3 feet  *   “Orosi”  is a sculpture that commemorates force and torque over a long span of time. The piece takes its form from a fire escape attached to the side of an abandoned Freemason Temple in Orosi, CA. The fire escape was incrementally destroyed by dozens and dozens of accidents. Over the span of 11 years, semi-trucks crashed into the fire escape as they backed down the narrow alley on their way to a tangerine farm.
       
     
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  Orosi , 2016, steel and paint, 6X13X3 feet  *   “Orosi”  is a sculpture that commemorates force and torque over a long span of time. The piece takes its form from a fire escape attached to the side of an abandoned Freemason Temple in Orosi, CA. The fire escape was incrementally destroyed by dozens and dozens of accidents. Over the span of 11 years, semi-trucks crashed into the fire escape as they backed down the narrow alley on their way to a tangerine farm.
       
     

Orosi, 2016, steel and paint, 6X13X3 feet

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“Orosi” is a sculpture that commemorates force and torque over a long span of time. The piece takes its form from a fire escape attached to the side of an abandoned Freemason Temple in Orosi, CA. The fire escape was incrementally destroyed by dozens and dozens of accidents. Over the span of 11 years, semi-trucks crashed into the fire escape as they backed down the narrow alley on their way to a tangerine farm.

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Albert-2016-05-04_013.jpg