Empire Towers

Empire Towers

R.M. Fischer combines odd electrical, plumbing, and industrial findings into functional sculptures, most often lamps. While decidedly abstract, they also exhibit subtle robot like qualities and are simultaneously futuristic and nostalgic. Can you figure out from what original objects the components of these towers came from?

On loan from Carl Solway Gallery in Cincinnati.

Quoted from indplsartcenter.org/Assets/uploads/Artspark-brochure-2012.pdf


Date created: 1985

Associated artists

R.M.  Fischer
R.M. Fischer


820 East 67th Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46220

39.877815, -86.142550


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