DISK, 2010

Office of State Finance
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Earthcast concrete, stainless, earth berms, lights, 2010

Commissioned by Oklahoma Art in Public Places

Disk, 2010 refers, in name and concept, to an evolving Oklahoma. The three rough, earth-cast concrete disks located to the south, refer to the rich past of Oklahoma's relationship to the earth: of farming, of the land rush, and the State's historic challenges. The intricate, shiny, stainless disk to the north speaks of new Oklahoma: of technology, craft, and ingenuity...of the unknown future. Disk, 2010 seeks to provide new thoughtful spectacle for the passers-by on Lincoln Blvd.