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installation, public sculpture, interactive, environmental, wood


2000-2006, Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, Casenovia, New York. 16'h at the light pole. 81 'long and 24 feet wide. Eleven tons of wood set on 24 cement footers. Constructed around four hickory trees as the sails. The interior had a viewing deck, stairs and multiple seating options. An antique door with watered glass opened to the interior, which walls contained an array of quotes from world literature, both from the artist and visitors. The light pole was held in place by five tons of stacked slate and is topped by a three foot tall egg shape covered in reflective elements. Named after a poem by the Sufi mystic Hafez.