More than steel t-bar or minimalist lines on a wall.
A reflected reality or analog VR from the hardware store.
The living of a life. A body and mind worn thin.
Rusty compression springs and a structure of steel lines redefine “sitting.”
Footprints and thoughts for reflection.
An abacus calendar, allowing passers-by to create their own temporal records.
Wooden rings, held together with steel braces, rhythmically shift their openings.
Glass louvers are suspended in ball bearings on a steel frame.
Glass shards, upended and held in suspension, by steel rods and grid.
The rider propels the chair by turning the large steel wheels.