¡Fiesta! / Торжество, Wildwood Crest, New Jersey, 2015 

Sculpture: Found shells and red yarn. Drawings: Graphite and watercolor pencil on paper.

¡Fiesta! is a site-specific sculpture originally installed in Wildwood Crest, New Jersey. It consists of multiple elements and is made from white shells found on site with the addition of red yarn. Yarn is applied spontaneously in response to the natural forms of the shells, creating linear compositions, unique for each piece. The contrast of straight red lines and irregular white forms is very dynamic and playful. All the shell pieces are installed in a way that seeks to resemble their original position as they appeared in sand when first found.