Birch Plywood, Acrylic Domes, Stainless Steel, Jatoba
Circles, as the name implies, is chock-full of rings. They intersect, align, diverge, explode, and morph across its 240′ length*. It also contains around 240 plane changes. The term “circus” also comes to mind, which has a similar root, and presents an intricate array of ball rolling acrobatics, including a tightrope and a gondola. Five commissions have been produced in diameters both 24″ and 36″. No two are ever alike, as the design continually improves, and adjustments to difficulty are made by request.
Enclosed in a sphere and centered on a gimbal, this piece moves in every direction with the slightest touch, allowing the player to guide a ball along its path. It is part of the “Kinetic” series.
Read about the history of this piece.