Artworks
Conceptual Installation
45'long by 15' wide x 60' high September-October, 2014
2014
Cast Aluminum
48" x 48" x .5"
2014
Community Iron Pour
One day performance
2014
Neon, Installation
September-October 2014
2014
handmade paper
Each 8" x 10"
2011

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  • updated the Artwork Groundwork
    While researching the history of Pullman I realized that I wanted to bring the foundry/assembly line process literally alive instead of just referencing it in an abstract way. The idea of a community iron pour felt right because it resonated with both Pullman’s strong tradition of community and its industrial past. I also loved the idea of a group of artisans working with people in the neighborhood and sharing the experience of creating together. After the iron pour I then gathered the left ov…
  • updated the Artwork Excavation
    These spatial interventions use neon to highlight found objects and rearrangements in the space, raising questions about what was already there and what was added and altered. Using debris from the iron pour, they draw attention to the beauty of those objects as well as the intrusions from nature such as plants and the crumbling floor.
  • updated the Artwork Groundwork
    While researching the history of Pullman I realized that I wanted to bring the foundry/assembly line process literally alive instead of just referencing it in an abstract way. The idea of a community iron pour felt right because it resonated with both Pullman’s strong tradition of community and its industrial past. I also loved the idea of a group of artisans working with people in the neighborhood and sharing the experience of creating together. After the iron pour I then gathered the left ov…
  • updated the Artwork Iron Pour
    While researching the history of Pullman I realized that I wanted to bring the foundry/assembly line process literally alive instead of just referencing it in an abstract way. The idea of a community iron pour felt right because it resonated with both Pullman’s strong tradition of community and its industrial past. I also loved the idea of a group of artisans working with people in the neighborhood and sharing the experience of creating together. After the iron pour I then gathered the left ov…
  • updated the Artwork Groundwork
    While researching the history of Pullman I realized that I wanted to bring the foundry/assembly line process literally alive instead of just referencing it in an abstract way. The idea of a community iron pour felt right because it resonated with both Pullman’s strong tradition of community and its industrial past. I also loved the idea of a group of artisans working with people in the neighborhood and sharing the experience of creating together. After the iron pour I then gathered the left ov…