Installation, "Constellation". Colorless soda-lime glass, colorless Schott lead glass, bronze, handmade indigo-dyed Nepalese paper; hot-sculpted soda-lime and cast lead glass, cast bronze scat, assembled. Installation consists of a circular field of leaves of indigo-dyed paper arranged on the floor. 29 hot-sculpted glass animals are placed on the paper, representing constellations in the night sky, along with 67 lost-wax cast glass stars, and 626 pieces of cast bronze animal scat. The hot-sculpted glass animals are as follows: (-1ab) Cygnus the Swan with metal mount, (-2) Pisces Australis, the Fish (fluke), (-3) Musca Borealis, the Fly of the North, (-4) Canis Major, the Great Dog, (-5) Canis Minor, the Little Dog, (-6ab) Columba Noachi, Noah's Dove and olive branch that sits beside it, (-7ab) Equuleus, The Horse, with metal mount, (-8) Lynx, (-9) Scorpius, the Scorpion, (-10) Columba Noachi, Noah's Dove, (-11) Lepus the Hare, (-12ab) Leo Major, the Great Lion, with metal mount, (-13) Ursa Major, the Great Bear, (-14) Capricornus, the Goat Fish, (-15) Lacerta, the Lizard, (-16) Lupus, the Wolf, (-17ab) Corvus, the Crow, with metal mount, (-18) Cancer, the Crab, (-19) Aries, the Ram, (-20) Leo Minor, the Little Lion, (-21) -Pisces, the Fish (trout), (-22) Pisces, the fish (flounder), (-23) Cetus, the Whale or Sea Monster, (-24) Serpens, the Serpent, (-25ab) Taurus, the Bull, with metal mount, (-26) Delphinus, the Dolphin, (-27) Ursa Minor, the Little Bear, (-28ab) Aquila, the Eagle, with metal mount, (-29) Hydra, the Water Serpent.