|Interactive sculptures for the 1994 spring art festival, in Raleigh, NC, Artsplosure by Joseph Huberman, Treklite Inc..|
|Caterpillar suspended on elastic cords. Kids crawling through, make it undulate and appear to walk|
|Chrysalis beckoning the children crawling out of the caterpillar. They enter, and inside is someone to help them make a butterfly finger puppet. Upon emerging the young butterfly spreads her wings to dry on a table while her creator decorates her wings.|
|Butterfly is resting gently in the park among the trees. She is large, no huge. Her wings, 40 feet across, are shining in the sun. A group of people are standing to one side, and suddenly, a young girl, emerging from the chrysalis, pulls on some ropes, and unbelievably, Butterfly begins to flap her wings.|
Butterfly has a rope network that defines the shape and pattern of her wings. These lines and pulleys allow people to flap her wings by pulling and releasing a rope.