In the 1990s flexible shafts of carbon fiber became the new material of choice for artist, Konstantin Dimopoulos. His abstract sculptures and pared-down color palette led to primarily monochromatic applications of pure linearity, that explore the volatility of natural forces.Dimopoulos’s first permanent sculpture commission, Pacific Grass, was the inaugural sculpture in a series of kinetic works for the Meridian Wind Sculpture Walkway, Wellington, New Zealand (2001).Key commissions in Australia are sited in Canberra and around Melbourne; in the United States in Cypress TX, Jacksonville FL, Palm Springs CA, Seattle WA, Denver CO, Cedar Rapids IA and San Diego CA; and in Edmonton, Canada.