Concrete, Wood, Twine.

Object 1 - 9" x 9.5" x 23"

Object 2 - 41" x 23" x 30" 

Precarious Balance

The expression of balance is done through simple forms that use hard lines to dictate space and add fragility to some of the most structurally sound of materials.This method of precariousness balance allows for structures that appear sturdy to be delicate and become structures of observation not of function.  

The works themselves are free standing and do not use adhesives to maintain their upright composure but instead rely on the proper distribution of weight and synergy of elements within the structures themselves.

The idea of balance is a predominant theme in many aspects of life. It was my hope to draw attention to these processes and show that many independent objects can work together to produce a functioning whole; one that could not exist if even one element was missing.