An installation and production of 100 pairs of eclipse viewfinder glasses for the Gibbes museum of art in Charleston South Carolina.
A site specific installation in the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery at Johnson State College.
A proposal for Morrisville Vermont Acting as a large periscope the device allows you to see over the trees to see the mountains and the sunset on the longest day of the year.
S U R V E Y : Sunrise Sunset
A site specific installation at Spruce Peak at Stowe. Two surveyors one facing east and one facing west recorded a time-lapse every day from sunrise to sunset.
Proposal for One Taylor Street in Montpelier Vermont. The roof collects rainwater into a transfer tank, pumps to a storage tank and then mists daily into a rain garden. The tanks are translucent and are lit at night.
A laser line was projected as a tangent line to a circular cove at Shelburne Farms on Lake Champlain.
S U R V E Y : Level
A site specific installation at Spruce Peak at Stowe where two surveyors were placed in the forest with laser levels creating a datum allowing you to experience the tree canopy and topography in a new way.
O P E N
An installation at the Julian Scott Memorial Gallery at Johnson State College. Two latex weather balloons reacted to the air currents and temperature over the course of the installation.
photo credit: Sam Simon
Harvest (Coach Barn Fountain)
Installed for Of Land and Local: Watershed curated by Burlington City Arts and hosted by Shelburne Farms in Shelburne Vermont.
Photo Credit: Sam Simon
A collaborative two year installation in the Outdoor Sculpture Garden at the Vermont Arts Council in Montpelier Vermont. With Erika Senft Miller and Nancy Winship Milliken.
photo credit: Renee Greenlee
Bridge and Barge
An installation in Lake Champlain supported a time-lapse camera and a 360 camera. Recording the water surface and presenting a VR experience.
Footage from Bridge (horizontal) and Observatory (vertical) were presented in the Coach Barn at Shelburne Farms for Of Land and Local: Watershed curated by Burlington City Arts.
Installed on the top of Lone Tree Hill at Shelburne Farms the structure frames a view of the Farm, Lake Champlain, the Adirondack Mountains and the Sky. Aligned with a slot in the trees Bridge could be seen in Lake Champlain.