Steel, paint, yarn, 2016, dimensions vary
These objects explore linear physicality and flatness. I applied four slightly different planar shapes to the same pyramidal form, varying the combinations of sides for each “unit.” The geometric forms are constructed in steel rod; the bottommost line of each compositional unit is wrapped in yarn to separate yet another shape both visually and texturally. The forms have no fixed orientation to the wall or to a surface, so they are able to be rearranged each time they are installed, suggesting an infinite number of arrangements.
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