Event Horizon commissioned in 2014 for the stair well of LeNoir Hall in the Science Department at Columbus State University, GA. The work made of plastic tubing and cable ties was the result of a residency at the Department of Arts at Columbus State. Thousands of cable ties bind coiled plastic tubing to create a translucent and fluid work which visually hums within the stairwell space. The structure created, mimics a whirlpool as a way of imagining the experience of entering the astronomical phenomena of a black hole. Event Horizon reflects on the critical point between knowing and unknowing and as theories around the physics of 'black holes' explain, there is a threshold which offers prospects of moving through multi-dimensional Space/Time from which there may be no return. The work continues to investigate David's long held interest in boundaries between what is imagined and what can be physically observed. The artist collaborated with students and staff at CSU to develop and complete the work over a one month period.