Place(d) 2022 - current
Explores the complex relationship between myself and nature. I visit natural spaces and respectfully disrupt them with momentairy mylar sculptures creating harmony between myself and the areas I spend time in seasonally. The reflective qualities of the mylar mimic and amplify the environments they are placed in. The video portion of the work is natural scenes projected overtop installed mylar in the gallery creating a cyclical layering of nature and humans. In the video, you can momentarily see where my childhood home, destroyed by a once-in-a-generation flood, used to be.
Place(d) was installed at The Zoller Gallery in a group show InFlux, from Jan 17 - Feb 1, 2023