Gold Plume- Acrylic on clear and opaque vinyls. When inflated occupies space c. 7’x7’x7’ 1983
Gold Plume is an eccentric progression made by mirror symmetric conjunctions of paired strings of asymmetrical annuli, one of which is slightly narrower than the other. This disparity sets up a progressive dislocation that changes the form constantly. It begins as a asymmetic torus and, should it continue into infinity, could become an undulating surface very like that of "Open". In the early part of the progression the orientation changes direction, spiralling between the two directions in a manner similar to turning ones hand over and around 45 degrees.