“Infinite Labor of the Cosmic Race” is an installation at Taller Boricua Gallery 2014 using allegory to reference labor, creating a separate context from which to examine this subject. Labor is posited as a symbol of eternal presence, that is often invisible. Repetition, consciousness and experience are components of the work cycle without beginning or end. “Infinite Labor of the Cosmic Race” conveys this sense of timelessness and accomplishment of workers through its material forms. The ladder’s vertical ascent and horizontal movement along the brass rail track the dynamism of workers. The crown of hair represents stamina, strength, and the dream life in this world and the eternal world. The worker’s cosmology is signified in the structure’s form and function.