Floor plane sculptures are constructed from plans for arrangements of unique elements to be cast in heavy metals or modified concrete. The contiguous, unattached elements form a unified horizontal elevation from the floor oriented to the surrounding illuminated space. Edges, shapes, and articulated surfaces are designed and aligned to present the passing viewer with changing arrays of light, formal construction, and placement. The massive castings and their varied appearances can make us aware of invisible fields that connect the human perception of place with the universe: (Vision and Place) (Gravity and Light ).
Images are selections of developmental drawings, computer models, maquettes, plans and templates. 4 realized sculptures in lead/antinomy and concrete castings are shown.