4800 Auburn Ave, Bethesda, MD
Rhythm and Form is a series of 3 large-scale public sculptures installed in Bethesda, Maryland. Commissioned by the Donohoe Companies for a new public plaza at 4800 Auburn Avenue, the installation's three unique sculptures are based on a series of twisted forms that change materials as they intersect with glass and water. A ribbon of stainless steel appears to flow through the surface of the plaza, emerging out of its three water features. As the stainless steel ribbon surfaces in the reflecting pools at either end of the plaza, the metal passes through large panes of glass, transforming into a stainless steel lattice inset with custom LED fixtures.