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Though technically the second Rockspinner, this one gets the title. Weighing somewhere in the 9 to 10 ton range, this stone is much larger than anything previously handled. To build it, we first built a large lifting rig and shipped it out to the desert,...

Work on this piece began in NYC during a stint at Socrates Sculpture Park. The uncompleted work was then shipped and stored in Atlanta. A workspace was offered at Wade Sand and Gravel, and Antelumpen was completed along with Bouncing Bench at the Birmingham Museum...

Built with steel pipes salvaged from another sculpture project at Socrates Sculpture Park, Finnibar is the first work incorporating a large chunk of stone as a counterweight. With a name and concept loosely pulled from a Celtic myth involving the “largest bull of the land”...

First foray into wind powered sculpture, the sail and stone swing a full 360 degrees in the wind. Also first to utilize etched galvanized steel and stainless for corrosion control. About 27 feet tall, sail traces a 50 foot diameter....

Prayer Wheel is an early work exploring the buildup of momentum in a radial system (radial inertia in the colloquial and not the physics sense). It is a work better felt than seen. It allows you to play with two rocks, each weighing about 400...

Built as a private commission, this work is an exploration of a compound pendulum. It stays in motion for a remarkable period of time once you start it moving....

This fountain, Spring, was commissioned by Dr. Sam Barker and installed at the Altamont School in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1999. Built from an extremely hard chunk of granite from Elberton, Georgia, this was a first experiment in an interactive fountain....

Assagai was started shortly after leaving NYC and moving to SF. Looking for a studio, Zach chanced upon a drilling and foundation construction company at the Hunters Point Navy Yard with a pile of steel and a maverick owner apparently amused by the artist who...