Gene Koss - Silo

Gene Koss

Gene Koss’ Silo sculpture was in fabrication for five years and even endured the ravages of wind and water from Hurricane Katrina, which flooded the artist’s studio in Belle Chasse. The rotation of Silo allows glimpses into its mysterious center space. The cast glass wall of the sculpture serves as a metaphor for the land, with the textures on the glass representing the plowing and tilling of the land.