My wife is so proud of meÖ is a project initiated in the summer of 2002. tectonic industries measured the grounds of the house in Wisconsin in which they were living and produced an aerial plan depicting the placement of the house, trees, pathways etc. A grid system was drawn up, dividing the property into 130 squares, each measuring 10 x 10 feet. From September 4th to October 14th, 2002, each square was systematically searched using a metal detector. When a metal item was located, a numbered flag was placed into the ground, and a photograph taken using a Polaroid camera. The item was then dug up and sealed into a plastic bag, with the date, time and position of the find recorded.In total, 519 items were found including a multitude of screws, nails, pieces of aluminium foil and bottle tops.
My wife is so proud of me... was exhibited in the project space and video room at Franklin Art Works in 2005.
The desire to stay versus the inevitability of change
Do nothing, that is the second best option
The longer I sit, the less inclined I am to stand up
If you wait long enough, something always happens
I could do that (as I'm already up)
Itís always good to use first person in the narrative (Variations on a theme)
My wife is so proud of me...
All it takes is a little willingness to make the necessary adjustments
And then I woke up and it was all a dream
This notion is only temporary
Tuesday Night, 8pm
I never said I didn't like you.
Perpetual Personal Navigator
Can you see me now?
Wild Ducks of North America
2003 Wisconsin Outdoor Squirrel Convention
House Documentation System