SE15 is a public art exhibition of large-scale outdoor sculpture; a community arts project including tours, talks, workshops, and related events over a period of six months. All events are community based and open to the general public.
The exhibit is located in the Village of Red Hook covering approximately one half mile radius from the center and brings visitors to our streets and businesses. Exhibition brochures and maps are available to guide pedestrians along the sculpture route.
Boro’s large abstract outdoor sculpture Square Ten II/6 Yellow is an exploration of intersecting, tubular square planes featuring linear forms with subtle shifts in vibrant color that visually engage one's eye to move in and around the sculpture. Boro incorporates the bold use of yellow paint to define the form that emerges from the earth.
As Boro describes, "The work is defined by negative spaces visually passing through physical space, and the importance of scale in the development process. The viewer looks for relationships. The sculpture is intended to be seen more than once."