Commissioned by the San Francisco Arts Commission for the Zuckerberg General Hospital and Trauma Center, in San Francisco Ethereal Bodies 8 creates a dynamic pivot point, activating the south entrance of the hospital and mediating arrivals and departures from the entry area. Ethereal Bodies 8 was featured in The New York Times in December 2015 discussing the Chan/Zuckerberg initiative focused on charitable giving. The ensemble of sculptures gathers sunlight by day and interacts prismatically with the programmable LED lights that illuminate the sculptures by night. The sculptures’ anthropomorphic quality is complimented by their lightness and open structure. Although the silhouettes of the forms are distinct in their anthropomorphic character, the transparency of the forms allows them to separate and recombine depending upon the viewer’s position.