The “Toll” sculpture series, which portray life sized reproductions of homeless persons, are intended to act as sort of gatekeepers: deliberate and calculating obstacles. As site-oriented installation pieces, they are situated, for example, in a gallery hallway with appendages extending the across the corridor or positioned along a wall in the open space of the gallery with limbs protruding out into the walking space of the audience.
An untitled sculpture experimenting with quasi-figurative imagery.
Untitled sculpture experimenting with quasi-figurative / gargoyle imagery.
Untitled sculpture of old emaciated figure.
The new Sculpture Portfolio is currently under construction.
To view some older sculptures, please visit www.daubertin.com/art