Flow is an experience seeking to re-create habitable nooks and crannies found in glacially carved canyons and crevasses. It is imagined as a monolithic reflective block that when delivered to the site, fractures and is deployed to a canyon-like arrangement providing shelter from the wind and opportunities to relax and chat with adjacent crevasse dwellers. Movement of skaters through and around the objects evokes the flows and eddies of natural river patterns.

The collection of flow blocks have an active yet glacial presence that is accentuated by the relationship between figure ground and the reflective exterior material.   Reflection and refraction of the specular horizon echoes the wind swept snow flurries in parallel with the striated horizon.  Vibrant internal hues resonate from external cracks and fissures and hint at interior environments intending to draw visitors in and explore.