Wooden Waves is the first in a series of single-unit sculptures that describe fluid and organic movements while moving away from representational forms.  The sculpture is comprised of thousands of identical laser-cut wooden units fastened together in a boxy criss-crossing pattern.  When manipulated, the pattern transforms.  The tapestry is suspended from the ceiling, and viewers are invited to interact by moving the piece around.

Wooden Waves at the Utopia School exhibition, Flux Factory, October 2014