Hunter-Gatherer, 2007 #2 harvested plastic, 21’L x 18’W x 24″H This installation is a 21′ landscape made from plastic milk and water cartons scavenged from the streets of Brooklyn and the Town Recycling Center of Peterborough, NH. The salvaged material is reconfigured into a micro-world of satellite towers, abandoned oil rigs, highways and other structures.
Veil, 2005 For the Tashkent Biennale, a series of works made with newspaper, cloth, beads. The series of works entitled “Veil” were created with pages of the The New York Times layered with translucent silk organza, permeated by stains that resemble Rorschach ink blots or maps. Beads sewn into the surface create a third layer of plan views of historic labyrinths. These works traveled to the Tashkent Biennale, Uzbekistan, curated by Andre Nakov.