Medium: Installation with water, glass, & porcellain sink
Size: 30' x 10'
"Pure water is coveted. Once used, the same water is devalued and banished to the drains." Lundquist suggests that tainted waters eventually replenish pure waters and should be pondered with respect.
Lundquist received her BFA in Sculpture from Maine College of Art in 1984 and her MFA in Sculpture from Arizona State University in 1990. She has worked on Art in Public Places projects including: Mountain Pass Pedestrian Bridge, Phoenix, Arizona, 1995-'97; Hangar Park, Tempe, Arizona, 1995-'96; Rio Salado Linear Park, Tempe, 1995; Desert Botanical Garden Educational Exhibits, Phoenix, 1993-'96; and Lagoon Project, Exploratorium, San Francisco, 1992-'95.
Her recent exhibitions include: Faculty Exhibit, Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona, 1995; Water/Water, The Ice House, Phoenix, 1995; Reuse Refuse, Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1994; Artland, Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona, 1994; Alternativas, X'TeReSa, Mexico City, 1994; and The Nature of the Machine, Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago, Illinois, 1993.