An alphabetic circle of 26 stones is illuminated by blue light. Within the circle
of stones, lines of reflective metal tape trace the spelling of the word, "idea"
(which is the same in Polish and English). The stones and reflective lines rest
on a bed of text-fragments from a description of a recent archeological
discovery in central Poland (described as Europe's most ancient burial site).  
At the opposite end of the gallery, a large work-table, illuminated by a single
overhead light, is covered in references to circular formations ranging from:
color wheels, clocks, and compasses, to ancient pots and decorative beads
from Poznan's archeological museum. The table also contains the
deciphered spelled-form of the word, "idea" and several other English and
Polish words which relate to circular conceptions, entoptic phenomena, and
ancient symbols.
Alignments, 2006, GALERIA AT, Academy of Fine Arts, Poznan, Poland
Details of  Proto-type, 2000, Mixed Media Installation, New Arts Program