The Mapping of Joy and Pain was a temporary, traveling, participatory, public work. Materials: wood, found objects (doors), metal, paper, gold leaf and mixed media; mapping table is 7’x 5’ in longest dimensions; vertical “joy and pain” gold and black box-sculptures are 7’ x 3’ x18”. Seen in this image in Father Hennepin Park, Minneapolis. The Mapping of Joy and Pain challenges conventional ways of seeing the Twin Cities; the project created the setting and the opportunity for the public to map where in Minneapolis/St. Paul they have experienced joy and pain.