Snake Dancing, 6’h 8’w 4’d made of
glass, stainless steel, wood, and light is a work that speaks to human
relationships. The two
figures appear to begin to lean on and depend on each other for support.
The internal forms reveal an ordered chaos which we all have inside
of us and must sort out before presenting ourselves to each other and the
world. The internal forms
make a reference to ladders being built as communication. The broken
window forms represent moving from an observer to a participant in life.