Encyclopedias Britannicas cut into sections and set in geometrical steel supporting structures. Sections of the Encyclopedias have been waxed page by page and later cut into smaller sections to form the larger shapes. All the pieces are held with wax, paraffin and intricate steel support.
The title Roc-Oc-O refers to the Rococo baroque style of decoration prevalent in 18th-century Continental Europe. As a highly ornamental period, the books echo in my piece ideas of ornament and decoration emphasizing curves and curls.