Monumental Lithic Assemblages
Our wish to make real the ideas suggested by the shapes of the stones is only possible because of the sure hands and sharp eyes of the equipment operators. Tom, John, Frank and Robbie’s balletic movement with their machinery is poetry in motion. And on the periphery of the building site is Larry and his logging crew. Their tactical strikes, often at a moment’s notice, give us the space we need to realize our vision.
While I’m engrossed in the activity of choosing, chaining and setting stone, Edward is engaged in seeing three-space (E.T.'s term). His edits and adjustments to the constructions, as we build, refines the space and light relationships developing amid the assemblages and their surroundings.