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Builders of Unity

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A Random Walk on the Least Squares

Steel - Monumental site-specific work - DONATED -Estimated $30,000 H13' x W 10' x D 6' This was severely damaged during the hurricane Matthew, 2016. The work was donated, and the recipients of the work gave the material to a local cause for their community.

A Random Walk on the Least Squares

Steel - Monumental site-specific work - DONATED - $30,000 The hammers are representative of a newly developed culture post-encounter, tailored to the concept of development, and a business owned and operated by a Native American family -- The Locklears of Pembroke, NC. The hammers appear to "walk randomly" around the work, though an encounter between each set of hammers would eventually occur amidst every available pathway upon the form, indicative of the stated historic encounter.

A Random Walk on the Least Squares

Steel - Monumental site-specific work - DONATED - $30,000 The architectonic form's randomness is ordered and balanced according to color and mass to denote such an encounter's clash unto eventual unity and the merger of cultures separated by what least square equations allowed for -- the crossing of the Atlantic.

And Some Inquired

Drip forged steel. $5,000 Height 27" Width 18"

And Some Inquired

Drip forged steel. $5,000

And Some Inquired

Drip forged steel. $5,000

And Some Inquired

Drip forged steel. $5,000

A Random Walk on the Least Squares

Steel - Monumental site-specific work - DONATED - $30,000 The angle shown here, and its opposite reveal an inherent "coming together", as though over time, the form of each structural component begins to find its way toward a common center. In this sense, the work evolves as it is walked around to be encountered over and over in a time-oriented cycle.