Two Cubes, 2015
  • Welded Aluminum
  • 8.5' H x 10' W x 10' D
  • 8.5' H x 10' W x 10' D
  • Knox Avenue, Palmer Park

The idea for Two Cubes came about when I was attracted by similar forms that were cut offs of a square channel for another sculpture.

The meeting of identical forms can raise some questions that range from philosophical to dramatic. Are the cubes attracted or repulsed, in love or at war? Are they two rooks or castles in a chess game? Is it one person’s left and right brain?

In an urban setting, Two Cubes will complement the neighboring buildings, sidewalks, courtyards, and the surrounding grass and plantings, which will give attention to its geometrical forms.