FLOATING OCEAN RING • PROPOSED PROJECT
Off the coast of Southern California (diameter = 1 kilometer)
© Stuart Williams 2001. All rights reserved.
As though an immense jeweled necklace has been tossed into the sea, a circular ring of mirrored spheres glistens in the sun as it floats and bobs on the surface of the Pacific, just off the coast of Southern California. Each hollow aluminum sphere is coated with a mirrored surface to reflect the sun. The individual spheres together describe a perfect circle, one kilometer in diameter, and are held in position by buoys that are anchored to the sea floor. This is a temporary installation that would be in place for 6 to 8 weeks.
This is a proposed project by the artist.