This work explores how a narrative moment can be static while suggesting movement and the passing of time. The Hollywood flat is a prop used in westerns to create the illusion of deep space. In my work the flat is the protagonist that suggests the narrative while simultaneously revealing its illusory role. Here the viewer has the opportunity to travel behind and between the scenes allowing the narrative to become both abstraction and spectacle.
Dowel Mountain, Art of This Gallery, 2010
Tall Ships, Minneapolis, 2010
Unnatural Horizons, Praxis Gallery, New York, 2009
Hollywood Flats, Franconia Sculpture Park, 2008
Expansive Link, DiverseWorks, Houston, 2007
The Swing, El Basilisco, Buenos Aires, 2007