LANDSCAPE TRIPTYCH (2011)
Wood, plywood, foam, plastic, paint, branches, dirt, and other natural materials.
7′ × 6′ × 4′
(Installation view: The Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education, Philadelphia, PA)
Landscape Triptych reflects on the effect humans have on animal habitats. The faux landscape hovers above the existing terrain as a miniature subliminal still. The work is an invented conglomerate of varied landscapes that have been destroyed by human interference, including mountain top removal coal mining, soil erosion and deforestation.