Artworks
Sculpture
Three distinct installations. Dimensions variable.
2015
sculpture performance
Dimensions variable
2014
Sculpture
approx 50'x5'x6'
2014
Sculpture
Approx. 50'x13'x15'
2013
Installation and performance
approx 9'x12'x5'
2015

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  • Installation in three parts at the University of Iowa's Porch Gallery, Printmaking Staging Space, and Sculpture Installation Lab.  The series of installations offers a proposed fiction involving the use of a time machine designed to travel back in time as a way to examine regret with the hope of making better decisions in the present as to produce an ideal future. This work was generated out of the anxiety arising out of the desire to live a good life as exemplified by good decisions.  The roo…
  • Installation in three parts at the University of Iowa's Porch Gallery, Printmaking Staging Space, and Sculpture Installation Lab.  The series of installations offers a proposed fiction involving the use of a time machine designed to travel back in time as a way to examine regret with the hope of making better decisions in the present as to produce an ideal future. This work was generated out of the anxiety arising out of the desire to live a good life as exemplified by good decisions.  The roo…
  • Installation in three parts at the University of Iowa's Porch Gallery, Printmaking Staging Space, and Sculpture Installation Lab.  The series of installations offers a proposed fiction involving the use of a time machine designed to travel back in time as a way to examine regret with the hope of making better decisions in the present as to produce an ideal future. This work was generated out of the anxiety arrising out of the desire to live a good life as exemplified by good decisions.  The ro…
  • Documentation of a performance which took place in July, 2015 at Skálanes Nature Reserve outside of Seyðisfjörður, Iceland; consisting of a wood sculpture of a polar bear at a 2:1 scale being shot completely in half with a 12-gauge shotgun. The narrative of this project takes place at two distinct times in a hypothetical future. The first of which takes place immediately following the untimely death of the last polar bear. At this time there will be a large part of a society that will build …
  • Installation in three parts at the University of Iowa's Porch Gallery, Printmaking Staging Space, and Sculpture Installation Lab.  The series of installations offeres a proposed fiction involving the use of a time machine designed to travel back in time as a way to examine regret with the hope of making better decisions in the present as to produce an ideal future. This work was generated out of the anxiety arrising out of the desire to live a good life as exemplified by good decisions.  The r…
  • Collaboration with fellow Minnesota artist Anthony Zappa, a 50’ dock was built at the Grin City Artist Residency. This work attempts to highlight friendship and homesickness through the creation of a structure built out of its intended context.
  • Documentation of a performance which took place in July, 2015 at Skálanes Nature Reserve outside of Seyðisfjörður, Iceland; consisting of a wood sculpture of a polar bear at a 2:1 scale being shot completely in half with a 12-gauge shotgun. The narrative of this project takes place at two distinct times in a hypothetical future. The first of which takes place immediately following the untimely death of the last polar bear. At this time there will be a large part of a society that will build …
  • A Collaboration with fellow UI Grad Daniel Feinberg, consisting of a bridge built over a ‘broken down’ 1995 Chevrolet Suburban parked on a bridge in Grand Rapids, Michigan featured in ArtPrize 2013. Two individuals are going about their day, business as usual, when they come across a monolith - a broken down early-90s Chevrolet Suburban - blocking a considerable portion of a frequented footbridge. There are other bridges within relatively close proximity that could function as an alternativ…
  • Installation in three parts at the University of Iowa's Porch Gallery, Printmaking Staging Space, and Sculpture Installation Lab.  The series of installations offeres a proposed fiction involving the use of a time machine designed to travel back in time as a way to examine regret with the hope of making better decisions in the present as to produce an ideal future. This work was generated out of the anxiety arrising out of the desire to live a good life as exemplified by good decisions.  The r…
  • Documentation of a performance which took place in July, 2015 at Skálanes Nature Reserve outside of Seyðisfjörður, Iceland; consisting of a wood sculpture of a polar bear at a 2:1 scale being shot completely in half with a 12-gauge shotgun. The narrative of this project takes place at two distinct times in a hypothetical future. The first of which takes place immediately following the untimely death of the last polar bear. At this time there will be a large part of a society that will build …