Sunday, September 7, 2003

Steve Zieverink (Unit 2)



Hometown: Cincinnati (Northside)

Age: 34

Medium: Mixed medium sculpture. The current body of work embraces technology and uses sound, hand-blown glass, light, latex, industrial controllers, steel, fiberglass and animal intestines.

Finest hour: Completion of the first body of work, Nov. 3, 2001 and realizing the strength of our collaborative efforts and what we could accomplish.

Day job: Painting and drawing instructor

Secret ambition: To make Unit 2 a self-sustaining business.

What's next? To raise funding for the show Unit 2 is in at the Carnegie in October, to show the current body of work in major metropolitan cities, to accomplish our secret plan, which we cannot disclose at this time.




FALL ARTS PREVIEW

• Visual arts: The buzz | The exhibits | Gotta see it
• Film: The buzz | The films | Gotta see it
• Classical music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Dance: The buzz | The events | Gotta see it
• Pop music: The buzz | The events | Gotta hear it
• Theater: The buzz| The productions | Gotta see it

LOCAL SCULPTORS

City sculpts a new image
Carissa Barnard
Jayoon Choi
Christopher Scott Daniel
Richard Fruth
Zachary F. Herrmann
Mike Jacobs
Louis Larson (Unit 2)
Matt Lynch
Kirk Mayhew
Martin Meersman
Dave Rohs
Paige Wideman
Steve Zieverink (Unit 2)
Upcoming sculpture shows
Gala to honor educator, patrons

TEMPO COVER STORIES

'I'm With Her' writer really is
Best of Bats Incredible! Terminal strikingly depicted
Get to It: A guide to help make your day

THEATRICAL ARTS

Mainstream no place for Know Theatre Tribe
Local actors chosen for 'Oliver' tour
Half-price loverly way to see 'My Fair Lady'
Steamlined 'My Fair Lady' stays mainly on the plain side
Theater troupes honored
Dance your way through the decades

TASTE

Cooking classes add dash of new ideas
It's taken a Village to feed Mariemont
Serve it this week: Garlic

CONCERT REVIEWS

Glabicki keeps fans on a string
Everyone German at this gig

TV

Childhood stardom lingers for life

ALIVE & WELL

KENDRICK: Designated parking spots abused