This mesmerizing installation in Maine is made possible through the hard work of local designers Wade Kavanaugh and Stephen B Nguyen. Titled 'Hubris Atë Nemesis,' the immersive sculpture occupies the open-concept gallery space of the Center for Maine Contemporary Art (CMCA).
The work takes cues from the environment of Maine — one that is characterized by "rough waters and wind." The artists form a seemingly hectic landscape by laying down long timber strips across the floor. These elements have a definite direction, yet their presentation is chaotic. Swirling upward toward the ceiling, the visual effect is definitely something worth checking out. Guests of the gallery can survey the installation in Maine through wooden pathways that interject the piece.