architecture of time and motion — aggregate of repeated gestures
site-specific and time based installation: Thirty-three wood curved panels, suspended at varying distances in relation to one another and in response and relation to the site
Downtown Market, Grands Rapid Michigan, 2015
“There is a convergence of function, geometry, and feeling in space; this space is conceived as a living fabric that – through its structure encompasses these things. Space does not merely contain living structure. Space has life, to a greater or lesser degree. It is the space itself, which resembles self, which functions, which works, which has living structure in it, and which has life. The life which appears is an attribute of space itself.
— Christopher Alexander, Nature of Order