Kinetic, shaped canvases, motors, light bulbs

Dimensions: A 2000 sq. ft. house

The fulcrum of prescience

The fulcrum of prescience



THE FULCRUM OF PRESCIENCE consists of 5 mechanized paintings traveling between floors and walls of a residential home. 

The sculptures represent thresholds between the metaphysical world and the one in which we recognize by its visual representation.

Combined, the 5 sculptures create a mechanical clock each with different movements representing distinct ways of calculating time-cycles, moment and infinity.

60”H x 40” W x 40”L
acrylic on canvas, wood, steel, fan, light

Wind driven, rock pulverizes into dust over long periods of time. Dust is blown by wind.

204”H x 140”W x 24”L
acrylic on canvas, wood structure, aluminum, motor, light

An appropriated Indigenous artifact from the Makah Nation turned upside down in solidarity to the plight of the North American Indian.

60”H x 60”W x 30”L
acrylic on panel, motor, gears

A wave is a disturbance defined by space and time.

100”H x 110”W x 40”L
acrylic on canvas, wood, aluminum, motor, gears

Evolution, survival.

60”H x 60”W x 20”L
acrylic on canvas, wood, cable, motor arduino, light

Gravitational pull connecting the earth to the universe.

Exhibition History:

Mad Art
Seattle, Washington
Nov. 3rd, 2018 - August 7th, 2011

Private collection, Seattle Washington


Graves, Jen.
Visceral, Violent, Charming
THE STRANGER, July 20th, 2011

Hurst, Howard.
Seattle Injects Some Excitement into Public Installation Art
HYPERALLERGIC, August 5th, 2011

Guay, Abigail.
Open Houses
ARCADE, Issue 29.4,
September 7th, 2011

Upchurch, Michael.
Capitol Hill houses turned into giant art installations
THE SEATTLE TIMES, July 20th, 2011

Wilkinson, Eric.
Mad Art
King 5 News, July 19, 2011

The Fulcrum of Prescience