collection of books that predict the end of the world, arranged in order of forecasted dates
two turntables playing The Smiths song,Please, Please, Please, Please Let Me Get What I Want
Edges touch so as one plays forward, the other is pushed in reverse.
There and Back
objects collected from walking 124 miles horizontally, twice the vertical distance to the Kármán line, commonly considered the boundary between the Earth's atmosphere and outer space
triptych of letters to private space travel companies
dual channel video
Unending consists of two videos playing across from each other, each recorded at the same time on opposite sides of the earth. The sunrise was filmed in the East Coast of the United States, and the simultaneous sunset was filmed in its diametric opposite, Perth, Australia.
Thanks to filmmaker Josh Hopkins for the video footage from Austrailia.
vanity mirrors, pedestals
Pale Blue Dot
wood, plexi, paper, ink, landscape
An homage to the famous photograph by the same name, the Pale Blue Dot viewfinder transforms any landscape into a glimmering dot of light, like planet earth seen from deep space.
overlapping live feeds from every place I've lived
video projected onto window
solar string lights on found trees
This ongoing project is a response to my experiences living in shrinking cities, and watching as trees inhabit our abandoned structures. Constructing architecture is our way of claiming and delineating space, and of separating ourselves from nature. Without vigilant human intervention, however, natural cycles quickly erode these distinctions as plants take root, finding what they need for survival within the cracked mortar of overlooked buildings. Wrapped in lights, these trees now recall their carefully tended counterparts living in parks and by sidewalk cafes, highlighting the difference between maintained and monitored spaces, and those on the periphery.
The lights are solar powered, and are triggered by the setting sun.
tape on window
one day installation made of firewood
This one-day project spontaneously grew from an artist residency conducted in silence. Where medieval labyrinths compressed long pilgrimages into shorter walks to serve as metaphors for solitary journeys, I wanted this version to be more like a game, inviting interaction. Two spiral pathways circle one another with entrances on opposite ends, and as participants move through the spiral pathway they orbit each other, eventually meeting in the middle.