An immersive installation for Socrates Sculpture Park that plays on a primary element of architecture, the column. A series of brightly colored piers rise together to form an hazy saturated field of color. These triangular columns carry no weight, have no mass – they are surely present, but barely there.
Freed from all their weight, they are left with only surface to express what is perhaps less permanent, most ephemeral, color. From a distance, each porous pillar bleeds into the next, clustering into a single mass that dissolves as you approach. From within, their airy surfaces envelope visitors in a subtle haze of color.