A History of the Sky, 2011
This is a year-long time-lapse study of the sky. A camera installed on the roof of the Exploratorium museum in San Francisco captured an image of the sky every 10 seconds. From these images, I created a mosaic of time-lapse movies, each showing a single day. The days are arranged in chronological order. My intent was to reveal the patterns of light and weather over the course of a year.
Consisting of four steel plates measured by their relation to the topography, “East-West/West-East” spans more than one kilometer in length through a natural corridor formed by gypsum plateaus. According to the QMA, all four of the level plates, each rising between 14.7 meters and 16.7 meters above the ground, can be seen and explored from either end of the sculpture.
Untitled (Column #4), 2010
91¼” (H) x 22½” (W) x 19” (D)
The Joshua Light Show
Liquid Loops, 1969
Richard T. Walker
in defiance of being here, 2013
neon, cassette recorders, cassettes, keyboards, rocks
Blue Day-glo Corner Piece, 1968/2004
Blue Day-glo acrylic on 1/32” Elastic Cord & Spring Steel
14 × 12 × 6 in
Oil on Linen
60 × 48 in
wood, canvas, oil paint, pigment, nails
203.5 x 16.5 x 20.5 cm
Painting with two Balls, 1997
Ford Pinto, metal, wood, canvas, acrylic paint.