2015 - Cut Window Theory
Rickety structures on which to hang clay. The clay lays over the structures, sliding down the sill. Windows cut into the clay mirror the windows outside. In a city where new building seems endless, these structures recall the old ones, where personality comes from time and wear.
This Sway - March 27, 2014 - September 4, 2015
Five star shaped sculptures are placed on a branch in New York City. How long will they stay? Will they survive the weather?
Many visits are made over days, then weeks, then months. The sculptures are there, hidden in plain sight. They are especially difficult to see amongst the dense spring foliage. In the stark winter, their color echoes that of the bark on the trees. Over a year later, the thread wears through. Three of the sculptures are found amongst the leaves at the base of the tree.
2013 - Along the Sill at Pocket U
Sculptures line a windowsill in a gallery. If you look at them closely, the scale shifts. The sculptures become large and the objects in the background shrink. The background becomes part of the piece. Pedestrians with umbrellas, windows in the buildings across the street, cars zipping by, smoke from the street construction, and street signs all take part.