Inspired by the cover of Douglas Hofstadter's Gödel, Escher, Bach
, I carved a wooden cube into the letters A
, and T
, one letter per axis. I enjoyed the nonlinearity of this "word," and its constant mutation through its interaction with the viewer (the block could spell art
, etc, depending on how the viewer manipulated it in space and time).
I later repeated the process with the word ZION
shared an axis), and then with the word NINE
for a "nine"-themed exhibition.