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The Commonwealth Club of California (CWC) is the nation’s leading public affairs forum since 1903. Each year, the non-profit organization hosts events within San Francisco related to politics, culture, society and economy to an audience of more than 25,000 club members.
The outcome of form is meant to be viewed from all angles. Each side has data to go with the form. The colors represent the two major groups. The orange color represents homeless youth under the age of 25 and blue is for youth over 25 years old. Cardboard and white paper are the primary materials used within this sculpture. Cardboard surfaces is a recognized material used by homeless individuals for writing messages. Conversely, I am presenting my message (or rather data) onto this surface to be viewed and interpreted.
On this sculpture, the cleanly polished white surface also represents the portion of homeless youth who have shelter of some kind.