Emil Lukas

Studio in the Park Press | Installation Map

Emil Lukas work deals with the unconventional viewing of painting and sculpture and this piece continues his experiments with process memory and evidence. According to Lukas everything comes in waves and is often revealed in layers. On Under and Between is made by sequentially casting layers of cement one on top of the next. Often more important than the thick layers are the almost invisible events that happen between each layer. These events are minute glimpses of evidence that reveal a sprawling network of processes that link bond contextualize and inform the next event. This sculpture has hollow pockets where found objects from the Park were once embedded. These spaces are like words not written that exist between the lines.