Temporary site-specific and interactive public art project, Bartle Hall, Central Street, Kansas City, MO.
Commissioned by the Avenue of the Arts Foundation and the Municipal Art Commission, Kansas City, MO.
This interactive sculpture was derived from two games; tic-tac-toe and the wood block puzzle. Nine triangles mounted on posts functioned as a puzzle. Three discrete images could be formed, and the public was invited to rotate the modules to explore unlimited visual permutations. One set of panels represented the architectural wall behind the unit allowing the sculpture to camouflage itself into the surroundings.