Public Sculptures by Leonard Ursachi seen at Tribeca Park, New York - What A Wonderful World
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Item What A Wonderful World
Created by Leonard Ursachi
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There is a beautiful egg-shaped sculpture woven from branches at the Tribeca Park. What a Wonderful World's artist, Leonard Ursachi, also sketched a world map on it using pigmented cement. Its form and woven branches elicit nests, birth, history, and nature, while the map means humanity’s trace.

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Leonard Ursachi

Leonard Ursachi

New York, NY

"My sculptures and installations use architectural references as tropes for systems that enclose and exclude, protect and reject. I’m interested in the boundaries systems create and how those boundaries are transgressed. I’m interested in the impact of structures – material, theoretical, social, political – on individuals and communities.'

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