BUTTERFLY EFFECT was a constantly changing composition consisting of 100 20” concrete spheres, 50 concrete bars 5”x5”x12’, and one 8’ concrete cube. From 2004 - 2011, seven compositions were placed over the large undulating topography at the Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park in Lincoln, MA, offering unlimited spatial differentials and creating a dynamic relation between object, site, and viewer. Changes were made in response to natural occurrences or world events that stimulate artist/action. The outside influences had no relationship to the sculpture, but motivated the artist to action. In Lorenez’s Chaos theory the Butterfly Effect is a phenomenon where there is sensitive dependence on initial conditions. Small things can cause monumental results.
DRAFT was a constantly changing composition consisting of 100 8” spheres, 50 4’x4’x8’ bars and a 8’ x 18’ horizonal wall. Throughout the Selection 2001 exhibition at the Huntington Gallery, Boston MA, 2001, seven new compositions were created in the gallery. Each new composition was recorded in a 3D drawing of the composition hung on the wall.