Untitled Hologram of Time oil on glass, 59Hx71Lx20W; tempered glass, wenge, aluminum; 2016 This large sculpture/painting is an exploration of time, identity, power, manifestation of ideas/objects/people, and much more. The 14 panes of glass can be seen to recede, as time. They can be seen to splinter the figure. Seen from the side, they nearly disappear. Different version of similar things can be seen at different angles. As with all of the works but greatest here, light and space play an important role. The physical space the work occupies and the lights that make it visible are all interwoven into the work itself. A viewer does not simply walk up a single plane of painted surface. There is too much information and there are too many relationships to ever fully comprehend it in one viewing.