(March 21, 1947 -)
Bug Light, 1992-1993
glass, chromed steel, rocks, electric lights, brass
30 in. x 16 in. x 8 in.
R.M Fischer (born 1947 in New York City, NY). He is a sculptor known in the ’80s and ’90s for creating lamps from wholesale kitchen equipment and various fasteners. Currently, Fischer is reinventing his studio practice and leaning more towards work that is wild and funky. Hiss current work is now inspired by abstractions of the face, creating sculptures with disparate textures that are whimsically fused.
Bug Light is a sculptural piece made by R.M Fischer
[description:] Sculptor with glass cylindrical jar as a base with a light source inside of it. Stacked on top of the jar are 3 arrow-like metal objects horizontally positioned. A chrome sphere-shaped object sits on top. The sculpture has an electrical cord which powers on the light-source.