Kenneth Capps | Voice
This 2014 work is a pair of similar but different forms in dialogue, both sending and receiving--Through this resonation--Gives voice to both.
The forms are in both physical and conceptual dialogue--Sending and receiving through the resonation of the convex and concave surfaces.
The artist has worked with this concept of pairs in dialogue over his past 50 plus years of work. Several other examples are at his Foundation/Sculpture Park in Warner Springs where they are also in dialogue with nature.
Kenneth Capps received his MFA at the University of California, San Diego in 1975, during which his work was acquired by the Storm King Art Center in upstate New York. His work is now featured in permanent collections internationally, including the the Museum of Contemporary Art in San Diego and the Port of San Diego, Bayside Park in Chula Vista, CA; the Palm Springs Art Museum; the Museum of Modern Art in New York; and the Alfred Schmela Sculpture Park in Dusseldorf, Germany, among many others. Capps has received several grants and awards, including two National Endowment for the Arts Fellowships and a Pollock/Krasner foundation grant.