25cm x 25cm x 25cm - 2010

Plexiglas, gold foil, acrylic, silicon, fluorescent paint

All decisions emit a throw of dice. The plexiglas die is a see-through clairvoyant of what could be. Charles Bukowski’s poem, “Roll the dice”, exhorts to take chances. If you’re going to try, go all the way, no matter what is at steak, despite you may lose it all. Test your endurance of how much you really want to do it. If you’re going to try you will be alone with the gods and the nights will flame with fire, as the fluorescent paint on each crystal face of the die, shining on a different outcome. Alea iacta est, the die is cast.