PLEASURE OF MEDITATION #2
Glass, plastic, tube, sterling silver, steel
My own special experience is when, as a child, I used to sit at the table waiting for dinner, and I stared at the orange chandelier hanging above the table. I remember clearly the lighted orange chandelier shin- ing on the clear glass table and the overlapped light making subtle patterns. It was a sacred ceremony for me to stare at the patterns before the meal. I have created endless stories by looking at the complex shapes. Every story begins with the observation of things. Sometimes you discover new qualities at familiar things when you look closely. Circuit, resistance, pipe. I closely connect these familiar elements to create an “algorithm”. This algorithm has no operational purpose, but, looking at the final shape, you can imagine an interesting story.