|Cochayuyo, HD video, 9:32, 3-channel, dual projection
screens, 13 x 8 feet, 2014 |
|Cochayuyo Mass, kelp, railroad ties, 18.5 x 15 x 62.5 inches, 2014|
|Credit Card (fossil), casting cement, found Trilobite fossil, 3 x 5 x 1 inches, 2014|
Cochayuyo (Installation View), dimensions variable, arctic kelp, 2012. Installation using found arctic kelp during an artist residency at Casa Poli, Coliumo, Chile.
|Cloud Cave (Installation View), dimensions variable, cast bronze, inkjet print, polished steel, brass rod, 2011|
|Cloud, brass rod, paint, 42” x 52” x 36”, 2011|
Cave, inkjet, Dibond, polished steel, 30” x 50” x 40”, 2011
|Tall Ships, 2011, 17” x 4.5” x 18” (each), bronze, 2011|
Rock,2012, 48” x 46” x 55”, stainless steel rod, polished, stainless steel
Rock is defined by both the reflection on the surface of the polished steel base and the lines
forming the sculpture.
Alexa Horochowski grew up in Patagonia, Argentina, and immigrated with her family to the United States when she was nine years old. She received a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Michigan. She has exhibited nationally and internationally including, Braga Menendez Gallery, Buenos Aires; The Drawing Center, NYC; Praxis International Art, NYC/Miami; Franconia Sculpture Park, Minnesota; The Soap Factory, Minneapolis. Horochowski was awarded artist residencies at, El Basilisco, Argentina, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, United States, and Casa Poli, Chile. Horochowski is Full Professor of Sculpture at St. Cloud State University, and a 2014 McKnight Fellow. Horochowski’s work is in collections at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and the Walker Art Center.