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September 11 Peace Memorials
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    Role: Designer and Artist
    Designed, developed and disseminated peace memorials to foster an appreciation of peace, and the vital need to find ways to conduct world trade in peace - not in war - and to remember the power of forgiveness and universal love - to realize that it is not possible to win a war on terrorism; to resolve the challenges of terrorism, we must seek and follow paths of healing and peace based on an appreciation of One Light in All.
New York, NY
2001.12-          
    Documents
    Queries on Opening to the Light
    An inspiring set of Quaker Queries on Opening to the Light, presented by Barry Morley at Baltimore Yearly Meeting of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers) in 1988.
          habitat.igc.org/queries/index.html

1988.08
    Oh Say Can You See By the One Light in All!
    "Oh Say Can You See By the One Light in All!" was dedicated as the Fifth Verse of the US National Anthem at an Interfaith Sunrise service at Fort McHenry, home of the Star-Spangled Banner and a brief description of how the Star Spangled Banner became adopted - through a grassroots process - as the U.S. National Anthem.
          habitat.igc.org/oh-say-can-you-see/index.htm

Baltimore, MD
1990.04
    Rivers of Light Variations
    Rhythmic rivers of light based on the fundamental cycles of the Peace Cubes / Virtual Light and Colour Cubes, above a phoographic negative of the same. Exhibited at Isha Shabaka's IdefineArt studio in Brooklyn, NY at the natural turn of the Millennium, the Winter Solstice, 2000.
          habitat.igc.org/bridges/river.htm

New York, NY
2000.12
    Birth of the Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves
    An exploration in connections between the Light and Colour Cubes and the colours of the rainbow, Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves represents a mapping of the colurs of the cubes onto a sine wave, in which the cycle of colours seems to evoke the colour sequence of the rainbow. The development of the Rainbow Cubic Sine Wave took place over two days very shortly on the birth of the Cubic Colour Wheel, reflecting an openness to softening the sharp edges of the Cubes, as well as to focus attention on some of the rhythmic and cyclical properties of the cubes.

New York, NY
2001.11
    Meditations on One Light in All: Rainbow Cubic Sine Waves
    An endless sequence of cycling "rainbow cubic sine waves" - based on a mapping of the colours of the Light and Colour Cubes onto the shape of a sine wave in a quest to reconcile and connect the cubes and the rainbow, as well as to bridge the gulf between the square and cube and the circle and sphere.
          habitat.igc.org/reconcile/rcsw.htm

New York, NY
2001.12
    Meditation on One Light in All: Queries on Opening to the Light
    A meditative online presentation of the Queries on Opening to the Light - a presentation that serves as the opening segment of a Journey of Light, Reconcilation and Peace prepared in response to September 11, 2001 and its aftermath.
          habitat.igc.org/queries/index.htm

New York, NY
2001.12
    Meditations on One Light in All: Twin Beacons of Light and Colour
    A cycle of eight images of the skyline of the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center - illuminated by the arrival and receding of the Light and Colour Cubes in an endless cycle. Clicking on the image enables more information, and access to prior and next steps in A Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace.
          habitat.igc.org/twin-beacons/index.htm

New York, NY
2001.12
    Meditations on One Light in All: Twin Cubes of Light and Colour
    A set of twelve cycling page with images of mirrored twin pairs of Light and Colour Cubes, showing all possible regular presentations from the white and black apexes of the cubes. The images are clickable, providing access to more information and to other phases of the Journey of Light, Reconciliation and Peace.
          habitat.igc.org/twin-cubes/index.htm

New York, NY
2001.12
    Meditations on One Light in All: Twisted Pairs of Light and Colour Cubes
    A cycling series of twenty-four pages with images of "Twisted Pairs of Light and Colour Cubes" - pairs of cubes in which the one is the unseen side of the other.
          habitat.igc.org/twisted-pairs/index.htm

New York, NY
2001.12
    Meditations on One Light in All: Reconciliation in Primary Colours
    A set of eight cycling images with the principal protagonists in a War of - President George W. Bush, Vice-President Dick Cheney, and Secretary of State Colin Powell and Osama bin Laden - against backgrounds of the Light and Colour Cubes and of the six non-zero primary colours.
          habitat.igc.org/reconcile/primary.htm

New York, NY
2001.12
    Meditations on One Light in All: Reconciliation in 16 Colour Palettes
    A set of seventy-two images with the primary representatives of the September 11 protagonists - President George W. Bush, Vice-President Dick Cheney, and Secretary of State Colin Powell and Osama bin Laden against backgrounds of the Light and Colour Cubes transposed into sixteen colour images, and serving as visual metaphors for ways that our perception of our enemies can be distorted when we see them from a limited palette, and one in which our enemies' colours are only partially represented.
          habitat.igc.org/reconcile/16colour.htm

New York, NY
2001.12
    The Great Invocation in the Cubic Colour Wheel
    A cycling series with the text of the Great Invocation against the background of a rotating "Cubic Colour Wheel" - a "true" colour wheel that was generated by mapping the Light and Colour Cubes into a circle.
          habitat.igc.org/reconcile/invocation.htm

New York, NY
2001.12

    Databases
    COLOURS - Light & Colour Cube Engine
    Database engine of light and colour for the Virtual Light and Colour Cubes, and of more than a thousand images based on the Cubes. COLOURS was used to generate the set of images of the faces of the Light and Colour Cubes, as well as to generate many sets of web pages with images based on the cubes.

Brooklyn, NY
2000.09
    HABITAT3 - Habitat Three
    An evolution from the ECOLOGY database, Habitat Three is conceived of both as a preliminary organizing database for an anticipated Habitat III Conference to be held in 2016, and as a prototype digital habitat for the Third Millennium. The HABITAT3 database serves as the primary database of Information Habitat and remains one of the principle vehicles for the development of the DataPerfect Digital Engine that has become a central focus of Information Habitat: Where Information Lives.

Brooklyn, NY
2001.03
    MEMORIAL - Memorial Database Rebuilding at World Trade Center
    The MEMORIAL database incorporates a database of public comments at Listening to the City on the original designs for the World Trade Center site. The database incorporates a coding system incorporating a database of key elements of the site, within an overall structured conceptual framework, and linked to appropriate views from the original designs.

New York, NY
2002.08
    DIGITAL - Digital Engine
    The Digital Engine is a prototype for an open source digital engine based on information ecology design principles. The digital engine incorporates a set of related databases designed to enable the establishment and maintenance of interactive public fora, and incorporates an evolving set of protocols for the structure, field formats of data files, and a rule-based framework for relationships between data files.

    DIGITAL is being created using DataPerfect 2.6F - a remarkably powerful, versatile, robust and elegant remarkable DOS-based relational database that was released in 1985 as a key element of the WordPerfect Library - a library that included WordPerfect 3.0, and a powerful menu driven Shell program that allows rapid switching and data exchange between Shell-compatible programs.

    The use of WordPerfect Shell 4.0 - the latest version - is integral to the design and development of the DIGITAL database, for example through the use of Shell macros that can, for example, automatically generate a set of data fields and set up formulas that define the field values; through the screen capture feature that is invaluable in documentation of the database; and enable full integration with WordPerfect 5.1+ - the still unrivalled classic of word-processing software.


New York, NY
2002.08
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