Copper, Ferric Chloride, Sponge, MDF, 2x4, dc motors, aluminium, salt, infared sensor, tv static, voice of Hal from 2001 A Space Odyessy
2014 Cosmic Ouroboros
Cats Meow toy, vinyl, xylol transfer, mac screen saver
2014 Tycoon RPG
10'x5'x4' 20,000 matchsticks, hot glue, spray paint
1x 2.5 x 3.5'Nickel chromed steel, copper plating, lamp parts, hardrive magnet, aluminum rod
A duration-based collaborative installation over the course of two weeks using modular strategy of growth and performance meditation. The work accumulated incrementally, to a crescendo that nearly subsumed and encased the performer; evidence that from simple, almost automatic actions, whole surprising worlds can accrue.
According to legend and first documented by Herodotus, the Table of the Sun was a meadow where the Ethiopians in authority would nightly bring the boiled meat of every four-legged animal and leave it for anyone who wanted to eat it; the legend also said that the food was actually renewed, not by the Ethiopians, but by the earth itself.
4'x7' polyethylene foam, found hardware, recycled materials, string. 4'x7'
Sforzinda (c. 1400 - c. 1469) It is believed to be the most perfect of all geometries, because the radii are equidistant at all points, and it is a mirror of a harmonious cosmic order. It was an attempt to build a utopian city and was the first symmetrical and centralized city planning of modern day. However, despite the pristine conditions and elegant layout of the new city, no one chose to move there, and by 1622 Venice was forced to pardon criminals and offer them free building lots and materials if they would agree to settle the town.
2012 Plato's Tetra
21" x 38.5" polyethylene foam, found objects, tetrahedrons made with toothpicks and various materials
2012 Volcano Land
1.5'x1.2'x3' pool noodles, trashcan lid, matchsticks, toothpicks, mylar, roofing cone