Rika Krithara
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The Crack, installation, 2005

limestone

Exhibition | Conversations, Sculpture Symposium, Skyros, Greece

A site specific sculpture installation for the Conversations Sculpture Symposium, at Skyros island, organized by Yiannis Komboyiannis.

Choosing two pieces of limestone from a mountain on the island, I decided to cut one side of each to a straight level, so to create a crack, as if a single rock was separated in two. With two smaller pieces of the same quality stone, I made also two heads of uneven scale.