- Date: 2006
- Dimensions: 6' x 6' x 3'
- Medium: cast iron radiator, steel pipe, heat lamps
As an object in the home I have always been drawn to the warmth and look of radiators. The design suggests both the early 1900’s utility of its origin and the polish of a modern high-rise. The radiator operates by continuous circulation, a kind of infinite flow, resulting in heat that radiates or flows into the air of the room. This heating and cooling of the air is again a continuous flow, with three elements involved: liquid (water), solid (radiator), and gas (air). Radiator attempts to control the movement or flow of the viewer with borders delineated by its “circulatory system,” while reflecting all movement around it and approaching it.