Series of rings and sculptures Resin, clay, pigment and chalk
MONOLITH noun [from Latin monolĭthus, from Greek monolithos, from mono-, “mono” + lithos, “stone”] 1. A large block of stone of a single piece. Also used for religious reasons. 2. Architectural work (obelisk, column, statue) carved from a single block of stone or marble: the monolith of the Foro Italico, in Rome; the famous monolith in the film “2001: A Space Odyssey” by Stanley Kubrick. 3. Something having a uniform, massive, redoubtable, or inflexible quality or character.