1996

Wilson, Sonsini, Goodrich and Rosati, a law firm that represents the interests of start-up businesses in Silicon Valley, commissioned a series of nine works for their headquarters building.
Inspiration came from the company’s activities in bringing individuals together at the beginning of a business venture and in guiding young firms into industry.
The six wall constructions in the elevator corridors are made of cotton rag board, cut and mounted to create “topographic” reliefs. Portions are painted with acrylic. Each work is five feet square and is installed in a niche at the entrance to the elevator core.

WS_1-2

One of three Paintings, acrylic on canvas.




WS_5-6

One of six Topo wall treatments, acrylic on rag board.