Torqueri, from the Latin meaning to twist or writhe, are a series of works based on twisting of multi-dimensional lines. The soft directional buffing of the steel finish creates a pattern along the surface and enhances the movement of light across the sculpture. These works offer a sense of movement that reflects the artist’s process. Using Virtual Reality (VR) as a sketching tool, Bruce Beasley wears a headset and with control devices in each hand and creates motion in the air to draw these forms in virtual space. The computer captures his movements, creating a virtual drawing or model. The virtual models can be shared with fabricators to produce the work in stainless steel. The fluidity of his movements to create the virtual models are memorialized in metal.