Circular Statements was supported in part by grants from the Arts Endowment Fund of the Vermont Community Foundation and The Vermont Arts Council.
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|Circular Statements (above) is a group of wall-mounted work that uses polychrome tin disks and buttons in a grid of fine steel wire. The disks are attached to a steel frame that holds the grid 2.5 inches away from the wall so that shadows are cast on the wall behind. In some of the installations of this work colored light is employed to create colored shadows.|
|Music of the Spheres (above) is an extension of this work in which the disks are liberated from the wired grid and attached to a galvanized wire frame in a more relaxed configuration. Disks now include painted vinyl records, cd's, and computer hard drives. In later versions of the work, individual elements fly away from the square modules.|
|The above two images are from an installation of plexiglass panels painted with transparent and opaque pigments. The panels are suspended from the ceiling, gently moved by a fan, and influenced by four white and colored lights on a timer.|