Visser held that an ideal sculpture should be horizontally balanced, with equal emphasis on length and width, and should not overpower one another. This idea of horizontality is evident in Lake Powell, as Visser incorporates the ground into the sculpture. He believed that this "earthly aspect" was important, as the earth is the only reality we can truly know, being the surface we walk on. In his words, "We don't know the supernatural. Maybe it's there, maybe not. Nobody knows."
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