On the surface, Day 085 “The True Wheel” is a metaphor for consistency and repetition within a symmetrical structure or framework. It borrows its title from the Brian Eno song off "Taking Tiger Mountain By Strategy" in which a repeating, circular 3-chord sequence (F# E B) develops across a four-bar pattern, creating a phasing or slippage in the "one" chord emphasized every time "1" occurs, and re-occurs.
Ostensibly, The True Wheel is a pre-Day For Night archive of the earliest works of Eric Scott, from "birth" to the 11th of April, 1991 (the day-before-the-first-Day, of Day For Night).
An evolving repository of change, The True Wheel is a companion piece (visually) to Day 100 "Every Word I Ever Wrote", and is also home to all manner of Flash experimentation; a virtual Actionscript and Flash source file archive, and a Millennium Wheel of sorts.
An accompanying audio CD is also presently in the works.