A beautiful hand carved stone sculpture, mounted on a sandstone plinth allowing it to be easily moved to a different location.
The sculpture has been finely sanded to smooth finish encouraging the viewer to draw their hand along the surface to explore the two endless surfaces.
Subtle lighting can also be used to highlight the piece at night when the shadows appear to create another dimension.
This sculpture was the first in a series that I have often returned to, drawn by the endless possibilities that the design offers. I took inspiration from August Möbius, a 19th century mathematician, who examined the conundrum that occurs when you take a single strip of paper, twist it through 180 degrees then join the two ends. The result is a single plane running through three dimensions reduced to a single surface and edge. The cross-section of a strip of paper is a straight line; this sculpture starts to investigate the possibilities of warping a quadrilateral cross-section through space and results in a solid with two rather than four continuous surfaces.