SURFACE TENSION (2013-2014) - Suzanne Tick
Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Amir Building by Preston Scott Cohen (left). Silver and Cement sculpture by Richard Tuttle (right).

Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Amir Building by Preston Scott Cohen (left). Silver and Cement sculpture by Richard Tuttle (right).

Everyday life is filled with Dualities and Opposing Forces that create interest and tension in and around everything we see and experience. These different forces arise from social and cultural shifts that occur as reactions to the natural order of things, as society assimilates both the past and the future. This presentation explores the idea that great design comes from Surface Tension, where contrasting properties make for the most dynamic treatment of surfaces and materials.