TimeScuplturePoem is a collection of twenty-three objects: vases, chess sets, clocks and chairs that tell a story about space, conflict, time and relationships. These objects are codes that employ concepts of order, symmetry, connectivity and cycles to investigate a range of ideas from spatial order to human development. Twelve of the objects form the basis of TimeSculptureNYC, which will be placed in a circular path in publicly accessible venues in New York City. Each object will be webcammed in to a motion graph poetry piece that will be broadcast over the Internet. The complete installation of twenty-three objects will be extended across the United States, where they will be linked by a specially tailored communication system. TimeSculpture, in situ, becomes a collection of transformations that allows one to travel across abstract spaces, timezones, cultural stratifications and diverse geographies witnessing the richness of variations and the density of connections that characterize the evolving power and presence of globalization and the seductive search for the universal.