New York artist Chakaia Booker’s unique sculptures are on display on the plaza and in the lobby of the Sarasota Herald-Tribune (1741 Main St, Sarasota, FL 34236) in downtown Sarasota until April 7, 2013.
The sculptures are made nearly entirely of burnt and bent vehicle tires with just a bit of twisted steel. The display is part of the Herald-Tribunes’ “Conversations with Artists” program.
Booker has worked in the medium of tires for more than two decades. She utilizes often overlooked grooves and surfaces of the rubber material to represent a wide assortment of metaphors satisfying her aesthetic, political, and economic concerns. Visit our Sarasota information page for additional things to do while in Sarasota. Also be sure to visit our top ten things to do in Sarasota. Sarasota is just a short 30 minute drive to the South of Anna Maria Island.