Injection molded recycled polypropylene, Modular tessellation, Dimensions Variable

Funded in part by Stanford Arts Institute Spark! Grant


Umoja-One is a collaboration between Rahan Boxley, SolGate Studio and Yulia Pinkusevich. The work about living: Birth, death, and the moments of curiosity, exploration, and discovery that happen in between. A Polyscape installation, representing the creative force of the universe, gives birth to our soloist. As the man discovers his physical nature, the source begins to move in response. Eventually, their respective movements are synchronized, and they are as one. In this life, we strive to live freely, honestly and lovingly. In doing so we become in tune with the universe and it dances with us. And like the soloist, when we expire, we return to this powerful source.