Fusion Mandalas, created as a site-specific installation at the Memorial-Sloan Kettering Cancer Center’s Brooklyn Infusion Center, are rotating mandalas made out of the color-coded dot stickers we use to organize, arrange, and sell. A mixture of sacred and profane, high and low, these mandalas interrogate the idea of devotional journeys. I challenge the purity of the mandala, symbol of life, mind, and perfection, by creating divergent structures and colliding grids that play off each other without obviously disturbing the harmony required for a meditative journey and prolonged visual conversation. While neither making nor contemplating these mandalas is sacred per se; as with traditional mandalas, the work's energy resides in both the focused, devotional act of creation and the later contemplation of the object.