Vertebrate Progression (Field Totem)
Nassau County Museum of Art (May 5, 2018) Permanent Collection
"The title is an allusion to paleontology, the passion of Childs Frick, who lived in the mansion and kept his laboratory and library of specimens in a nearby outbuilding, now the Manes Family Art and Education Center. Like the glittering ribbon of light of a gigantic diamond tennis bracelet, the procession of mirrors along the grass has a mesmerizing rhythmic effect."
Size: 172 ft. x 9 ft. x 1.5 ft.
Materials: One hundred and twenty eight 32-inch acrylic dome mirrors, nylon twine and assorted steel hardware