“There is a scaffolding system that exists for each of my sculpture exhibitions made up of the interactions with people, nature, music and art that I have come across accidentally or made great efforts to experience.
My imagery can take the form of data visualization algorithms. Algorithmic operations describe motion and growth; data visualization aims to reduce the clutter to make complex data more accessible.
My accumulation of materials, relationships and data is like a vaporous quill always in a transitory state. This exhibition is a three dimensional journal, making sense of my first hand accounts.”
Born Sharon Querciagrossa in Detroit, Michigan, Sharon has resided and worked in the Detroit area throughout her career. With much of her and her family’s history rooted in the automotive industry, many of her works combine traditional and industrial materials. Que received a BFA from the University of Michigan, in Ann Arbor. Sharon Que’s works are part of the permanent collection at the Detroit Institute of Arts, as well as the public sculpture on the campus of Oakland University, Rochester, Michigan. Her works have been exhibited in Venice, Italy, San Francisco and Chicago, as well as extensively in the metro Detroit area.