All things long to persist in their being.
11’ x 25’ x 35’
Suyama Space, Seattle
This temporary installation is an exploration of scale, growth and decay. Consisting of a series of “timber frame” forms that are identical except for their scale, the structure employs traditional wood joinery that incrementally diminishes the scale from one to the next in the grid. Each step down in scale corresponds to a slight turn, causing the structure to spiral inward while visually expanding out into the surrounding architecture. The overall form resembles a type of architectural nautilus shell. With clarity in the physical construction, the installation encourages attention to be paid to the spaces in between.