kinetic sound sculpture. Three wooden legs support the piece, visually divided
in the middle by a galvanized steel roof. An aluminum and steel weather vane
sits on the top. A steel rotor just beneath the weather vane moves in the wind
and spins steel cable inside the sculpture creating a string-like sound. There
are three wooden benches underneath the sculpture so the viewer can spend some
time listening and contemplating.
wood, steel, rubber, aluminum.
18 ft. high, 9 ft. wide, 9 ft. deep
sculpture was awarded the first prize - the Rosen Award - during the Seventh
Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Competition and Exhibition at the Appalachian State
University in Boone, NC in 1993.