This intersecting mobile sculpture is created using stainless steel wire. Kue uses an aesthetic reminiscent of trees, electricity, and light to create sculptures of peace and beauty. Adults and children alike see snowflakes, trees, flowers, ocean creatures, a twinkling jewel. His work has been compared to the tied wire sculptures of Ruth Asawa and the wall mounted sculptures of Curtis Jere due to their style, shine, and placement similarities.
The polished stainless steel gives the sculpture a shine, reflectivity, and mirrored finish that adds sparkle to the room and picks up on colors that surround the piece. Metal reflections highlight the feathery radius and create gentle shadows that deepen and project the sculpture into the wall. The radiating central bundles create a kaleidoscopic shadow effect that changes with viewing angle and lighting. Brightly lit, drama and strength dominates through reflection and shadow. By lowering the lighting the same piece becomes soft and alluring.
Height: 23 in. (58.42 cm)
Width: 23 in. (58.42 cm)
Depth: 23 in. (58.42 cm)