M O R P H O R M S
Shuli Sadé created 26 Morphorm Sculpture during 1991-1992.These sculpture follow an earlier body of work including Architectural Hieroglyphs, (7' x 10'- 4”, 1989) of three dimensional objects made of Cedar Shingles echoing fictional vocabulary of architecture mounted over flat plywood panels. The
crossroad between 3 dimensional objects placed on 2 dimensional flat
surface led to the creation of Morphorms, a series of free
standing sculpture, (between 18” x 27.5 x 16" to 25 x 16 x 15"), made of Cedar Shingles mixed with plaster, tar, Acrylic paint, glue and Bees wax.
The process of creating the forms was an act of layering until the shapes find their own balance guided by her imagination. A large scale (18’ x 14’ x 17') Morphorm #7 was built of rail wood and steel, temporarily installed at Sculptors
of the Next Century exhibition at Socrates Park, Long Island
City in New York (1994). Her present digital work echoes on the
layering methods she once used in her sculptural work.