sculpture

Corvus Corvax, 2005
Corvus Corvax, 2005

Corvus Corvax,
2005,120″ x 144″ x 48″

This cast aliphatic urethane sculpture was derived from my experiences living with the Inuit. It was fabricated at the Banff Centre.

Time Machine, 2006

Time Machine,
2006, 64 x 64 x 64.

The time machine is a result of my interest in Platonic mathematics and my research at NASA Cape Canaveral.  This cast brass and aliphatic urethane plastic dodecahedron was fabricated at the Kohler factories in Wisconsin.

The Galileo Castings The Galileo Castings The Galileo Castings 

A series of sculptures constructed of multiple manufactured parts.

Transporter, 2006, 36 x 24 x 24.
Cast brass with aliphatic urethane plastic casting.

Beacon, 2006, 53 x 14 x 14.
Cast brass with machined copper.

Vessel, 2006, 24 x 24 x 24.
Cast brass with aliphatic urethane plastic casting.

Shuttle, 2006, 38 x 24 x 24.
Cast brass with aliphatic urethane plastic casting.

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CELESTIAL CLOCK, 2007
96” x 96” x 70”
Cast Plastic, Aluminum I beams, gears, electric motor

Driven by a 1 rpm motor “Celestial Clock” keeps Julian Time
The Julian day or Julian day number (JDN) is the integer number of days that have elapsed since the initial epoch defined as noon Universal Time (UT) Monday, January 1, 4713 BC in the proleptic Julian calendar.