Rays of fabric affixed to armatures under the surface which rise into the trees and return to the ground. They become a unified work commanding significant space. The work is at once, transparent, translucent, reflective, kinetic and illusional as the sun and shadow interact with the movement of the fabric. When the observer walks among the elements of the work, because of the taught stretch of the fabric, the illusion of that tension and motion, seems to be occurring underground at the same time. The saffron installation was done at Bridgewater (MA) State University and the red fabric was done at HIghfield Hall Art Center in Falmouth, MA.