Check out this totemic sculpture by Monroe Isenberg (LC, 2013), which will be on display until December 1 in Watzek’s Reading Room.
In Isenberg’s own words, “The two totems began as an examination of the interplay between materials: wood and metal. As the individual pieces progressed, they took on the meanings of the words health and pain demonstrated through their basic elements and principles. The slimmer of the two flows like a canyon or river, which I believe to be representations of health. The other takes on a strongly geometric sharp shape in its fundamental line representing pain.”
For more information about student art exhibits at Watzek, contact Stephanie Beene (email@example.com).