Roommates
Roommates

Wood, paint

Roommates no. 2
Roommates no. 2

Wood, paint

Hydrologic
Hydrologic

Wood, 48” x30”

water drop for po back.jpg
Moving Water
Moving Water

Wood, steel, acrylic

Interactive, kinetic

9” x 13” x 8”

Moving Water
Moving Water

Wood, steel, acrylic

Interactive, kinetic

5’ x 3’ x 2’

Moving Water

Interactive, kinetic sculptures made of wood, steel and acrylic to demonstrate the ways we move water.

As the wheel moves around the sculpture like water through streams you will notice it doesn't take much to move the water downward. This is because gravity is doing the work, making this process simple. To keep the wheel moving uphill however, we need to generate momentum- this takes energy- energy that participants generate by tilting and turning the piece. One might notice moving water uphill is a little more challenging than you first imagined.

heads.jpg
heads 2.jpg
Inside so Outside
Inside so Outside

Sold

RF 5.jpg
RF 4.jpg
RF 3.jpg
RM 6.jpg
Unconfined Line no. 1
Unconfined Line no. 1

25 feet of steel bent into a continuous line sculpture

Unconfined Line no. 2
Unconfined Line no. 2

25 feet of steel bent into a continuous line sculpture

Unconfined Line no. 3
Unconfined Line no. 3

25 feet of steel bent into a continuous line sculpture

Roommates
Roommates no. 2
Hydrologic
water drop for po back.jpg
Moving Water
Moving Water
Moving Water
heads.jpg
heads 2.jpg
Inside so Outside
RF 5.jpg
RF 4.jpg
RF 3.jpg
RM 6.jpg
Unconfined Line no. 1
Unconfined Line no. 2
Unconfined Line no. 3
Roommates

Wood, paint

Roommates no. 2

Wood, paint

Hydrologic

Wood, 48” x30”

Moving Water

Wood, steel, acrylic

Interactive, kinetic

9” x 13” x 8”

Moving Water

Wood, steel, acrylic

Interactive, kinetic

5’ x 3’ x 2’

Moving Water

Interactive, kinetic sculptures made of wood, steel and acrylic to demonstrate the ways we move water.

As the wheel moves around the sculpture like water through streams you will notice it doesn't take much to move the water downward. This is because gravity is doing the work, making this process simple. To keep the wheel moving uphill however, we need to generate momentum- this takes energy- energy that participants generate by tilting and turning the piece. One might notice moving water uphill is a little more challenging than you first imagined.

Inside so Outside

Sold

Unconfined Line no. 1

25 feet of steel bent into a continuous line sculpture

Unconfined Line no. 2

25 feet of steel bent into a continuous line sculpture

Unconfined Line no. 3

25 feet of steel bent into a continuous line sculpture

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