Currently I am constructing elemental architectural forms from industrial wool felt hand-sewn together with silk thread. The sculptures are self-supporting, no additional materials or armatures have been introduced. Felt is a non-woven textile, made from the compression of a tangle of animal fur, and behaves unpredictably. To sew it into geometric forms is to go against its natural inclination to buckle, stretch, droop, and torque (which brings in an element of chance). I am pushing felt to do what it doesn't want to do while maintaining its integrity as a material. The pieces in this series evoke archeological sites, referring as well both to Aztec ruins and minimalist sculpture.