A sculptural form based on Polynesian spiritual antiquity. The traditional image of “Ku” has its roots in Hawaiian culture. The idols of Easter Island sway towards the Maori aesthetics. As the South Pacific was populated from Asia, each culture brought the roots of their gods. Each culture learned from their mentors to create and refine the images of their Gods. The chisel forms the space just so. New spaces are created that guide the mallet and chisel to create deeper forms. The body must bend just so to facilitate the strikes of the mallet. The physical connection creates an almost spiritual deja vu.