TURNING is a tower which appears to be slightly out of balance, slightly askew, leaning. Text flows around three poles, gracefully spiraling upward as the tower ascends from the ground in three directions. It is symmetrical and asymmetrical. TURNING is a tower comprised of a loose association of phrases and words which directly and indirectly deal with the experience of a life. It is an associative narrative composed of five short texts: MOMENT TO MOMENT TO MOMENT; ONE MORE MARK IN AN ACCUMULATION OF MARKS; INHALE TO EXHALE; CONSUMED IN A FLASH; TURNING. Together the texts do not complete one story. They are fragments of life: as we progress in time. Like elements from our lives these texts are meant to invite thought, to stimulate poetic thinking.