Logos begins to appear not as a departure from Oracle over a year ago, but an extension. The two titles speak of language, the former of ritual, mystery and prophesy, the latter of reason, order and creation. It seems almost as though Oracle fortold what would come in Logos but I did not know it at the time. There is a kinship between the two sculptures with the current one being a more evolved synthesis of ideas, materials and process. It has incorporated Oracle beside other notions weaving together words, form, myth and ritual with the potential for a freedom to evolve into new interations in the future.