'On the Way to Baton Rouge' continues my interest in--possible obsession with--overpasses, street lines, and other sculptures and designs embedded in our urban landscape. Over the Atchafalaya Basin on the I-10, when heading to Baton Rouge from the west, there is a spot that looks like this. For me it brings back the few years I lived in Houston but was constantly driving home to New Orleans; when I saw this I knew I was getting close to home. The structure of the highways feels both human and plant-like, organic at it's deepest layers. The deep richness of the water makes the greens sing just like when you drive over this part of the I-10, making this a captivating work to hang in any space.
Cars, Planes, Trains
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