Brass, rope, burnt acrylic color, fiberglass, and motorcycle parts
56 x 33 x 26 inches
unique in a series of 3
If one were to film the motion of the stars for 24 hours, one would see multiple loops. And if such observation were to be carried out continuously for one year, their positions would change into intricate and tangled curves in constant variation and rotation. The stars overhead are analogies for the curly shape of the upper part of the sculpture. The letter “O” refers to the disc, and the “K-3” refers to the bottom structure, which looks like a K and 3 are coming together. The rope embodies both a soft spear, the roots and stems, and the lines that hold them together. Both the rope extending to the floor and the ready-made objects suggest the piece of thread undermining the boundary of this sculpture and outwardly expressing a kind of exchange and invitation.