Informance at Colorado College, workshop with choreography class, 2015

Four Constellations (Leo, Cancer, Gemini, Taurus), 2022
Rope and rebar. Installed in The Garden, a project by David Horvitz

For this project I drew out the four constellations I can see in the night sky in early February, 2022.  I wanted to mark this positioning of the stars on the ground as a reminder to look up at the sky at night. Even in the city you can still see the brightest constellations. 

The rope line travels though and around the plants creating abstract shapes that mirror the logic of the constellations in the sky. Drawing lines between the stars also makes them less abstract. Telling stories about the stars helps us to remember them.

Black Cloud, 2021
Polypropylene rope, nails, powder coat
24 ft x 13 ft x 8 in

100 West, 300 South, 2021
Polypropylene rope, nails, powder coat
26 ft x 15 ft x 8 in

Rotating Cube, Parallel Projection (Two Color Systems)
Site-specific installation, private collection, Los Angeles
Acrylic yarn, stainless steel nails, hardware, pva glue, 
81.5 x 90.5 x 7 inches

This artwork is restrung once a year with alternating color systems based on the primary colors of light and pigment. The ritual of taking apart and restringing the cube honors the impermanence if all things, and reflects on the sculptures yearly rotation around the sun. The color pattern shifts back and forth between the two primaries systems of matter and light, implying the balance of opposites within working systems.