Total Recall, 2012
  • Lacquered aluminum
  • 30” H x 18” W x 34” D

The title of this sculpture refers to the concept of a Möbius strip, which by definition is "created by taking a paper strip and giving it a half-twist, and then joining the ends of the strip to form a loop." (Wikipedia)

I made a number of pieces using this concept without changing the outside shape or the thickness of the surface. In Total Recall, I remembered the concept and applied it in curved and flat surfaces with a varied thickness that create an open space in the piece's center. As a reminder to the need for balance, there's a jaunty touch to the ground by a delicate point to hold the piece upright.