In all of my recent work there is a flattening of shapes and linearity or porousness of form that creates an "interference" situation. Through a sensation of the moiré pattern, a visual vibration occurs in which the shapes, relative to one another, delineate and articulate space to create a dynamic feeling of motion and change for the visitor as they move through the space. The visitor activates the sense of motion, as Calder says. The stripey forms themselves, which undulate to form parabolic curves, are both geometric and organic at the same time, which, I sense has something to do with the way all things seem to be constructed in the universe following the laws of gravity and relativity. There are no straight lines and there are no solid forms. Such definitive ideals are also an illusion. Nothing is truly inert, vibration and flux is in everything.