Category Archives: projects
Referencing the historical genre of landscape painting, Broken Landscape II is a painstaking rendering of the land’s topography and its manufactured border.
Over one hundred feet in length, Broken Landscape reconstructs a section of the Mexico/United States border as a monumental miniaturized model of the new fence and surrounding landscape.
Two Ends is a landscape sculpture depicting the extreme ends of the United States/Mexico border: one reaching the Gulf of Mexico, the other descending straight into the Pacific Ocean.
A miniature representation of the end of the federal fence line in Fort Hancock, TX. The sculpture is placed at eye level, forcing the viewer to look to the other side through the fence.
A miniature world mounted inside an abandoned natural history museum, presenting landscapes that are simultaneously real and subliminal, beautiful and devastating, refined and abstracted.
This sculpture continues the exploration of duality, as embodied by landscape suspended in a liminal state between destruction and regeneration.
A floating, mirrored reconstruction of a fire-ravaged area in the Florida Everglades, investigating landscape as a site of conflict and instability.