Rubber stamp installations use common political arguments to create camouflage patterns that obscure and conceal.
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In The Bluebird, six birdhouses made from textbooks on land use face six poems about the bluebird as the harbinger of spring.
In the Recipe/Storm Drain Stenciling Project family recipes from local neighborhoods are stenciled next to storm drains.
In Trespass, life-size plaster game pieces compete for space on a chess board of nature-centric real estate slogans.
In Landscape Paintings framed sheets of litmus paper were exposed to the elements and colored by the acidity of the rain.
Situated in the Victorian era Forest Hill’s Cemetery, Ritual Trees’ paper pulp shrouds explore themes of commemoration and transformation.