LeQuire sculpted Dream Forest, nine elongated, interpretive human torsos, assembled together on a colossal scale, with tree-like stature. In a darkened room, the viewer walks among the highlighted, 12-foot tall human torsos as if they are in a dream forest. To continue the exhibit and to help bring the forest into the room, LeQuire created 8-foot tall prints for the walls, woodblock prints on paper embossed with leaves and inked.
LeQuire wrote about a series of dreams he had, and in collaboration with author, Madison Bell, edited them into narrative poetic forms which LeQuire incised in the sculpture, embedding them as part of the final surface texture. Read More