Oscillating Self-Actualization, 2008
Wood, foam, marine rope, plaster, plastic, cork, latex caulk, tape, shirts, model diagrams.
Model Diagrams for 'Oscillating Self-Actualization', 2008
Paper, vellum, tape, pencil.
A two-dimensional shape (as depicted in drawings hung a a part of this installation) is given a body using household materials. The body evolves to a higher level of stability and sustainability through the process. Caulk, drainage, plugged openings, and marine rope are a just a few of the elements in this installation that suggest water is missing from it. The circular placement of forms shows a cycle wherein all improvements are temporary.