Located in the University of New Brunswick Kinesiology Building atrium. This sculpture deals with elements related to Kinesiology; motion and movement on one hand, and on the other, objects related to the practice of kinesiology in its many manifestations provided by people in the discipline. These are represented in the central bronze disc. Think of lines tracing the movement of an athlete, webs of neurological or physiological connection. The eye of the observer. There is no “correct” interpretation, if you think about it you will form your own visual narrative.

Public Commissions

53’ x 6’ x 3’
Cast bronze and stainless steel