At the Altar: Dance of the Serpents, Rice Installation,
Public Sculptures by Amber Robles-Gordon seen at Delaware State University, Dover - At the Altar: Dance of the Serpents, Rice Installation,
Public Sculptures by Amber Robles-Gordon seen at Delaware State University, Dover - At the Altar: Dance of the Serpents, Rice Installation,Public Sculptures by Amber Robles-Gordon seen at Delaware State University, Dover - At the Altar: Dance of the Serpents, Rice Installation,Public Sculptures by Amber Robles-Gordon seen at Delaware State University, Dover - At the Altar: Dance of the Serpents, Rice Installation,
At the Altar, is a series I began in 2010, when I started creating art installations in the form of an altar. A personal altar is a dedicated space, designed and erected to celebrate or commemorate something important; an idea, a person, goal or a life intention. My yogic and artistic practices and my unfettered love for Sci-Fi have inspired a healthy interest in Kundalini energy and by extension to snakes and serpents. I am fascinated by how the snake and serpent—in physically and metaphorically— manifests in society throughout the world. They are represented, in both positive and negative ways, throughout multiple religions, cultures, and mythologies.

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